a growing global distributor of disposable baby diapers, is now selling its private label disposable diapers
In 2011, Chinese disposable diaper
market size reached RMB20.
Washington, June 16 (ANI): In what could be called double benefits from a single shot, a Mexican scientist has found a quick way of breaking down disposable diapers
while producing tasty mushrooms.
In other words, the disposable diaper
product in Japan succeeded in forming and expanding its market by creative adaption to consumers' latent needs.
Chlorine bleaching of the paper for disposable diapers
and the cotton for conventional cloth diapers creates dioxin, a persistent toxin that can cause cancer and other health problems.
Despite the price hikes, the company continues to be an innovator in the disposable diaper
market with such products as Huggies Newborn Gentle Care Diapers, which have a U-shaped umbilical cord opening, and Huggies Natural Fit diapers.
are made of plastics like nylon, polyester, polyethylene, and/or polypropylene produced by forcing resins through tiny holes at high temperatures and then rolling the threads flat with irons to bond the fibers.
No connection between the use of disposable diapers
in infancy and testicular cancer in adulthood emerged from a follow-up study of 296 men with testicular cancer and 287 controls, reported Dr.
Either of the two disposable diaper
behemoths can do that again, creating problems for the still heavily leveraged Drypers.
Urine obtained from a disposable diaper
can provide a valid sample for diagnosing urinary tract infection.
Eberle says disposable diaper
companies have attempted to maintain the negative image of cloth through advertising.
with Integrated Disposable Aid: Mamon Amiri, Irvine, CA.
NEW YORK -- Ever since the disposable diaper
was first introduced a debate has raged over whether these throwaway products are superior to reusable cloth diapers.
And the same company manufactures disposable diaper
wipes sans scents and alcohol.
Among them are the disposable diaper
, Barbie doll, bubble gum, remote control, cartoon, window envelope, stapler, air bag, and car wash.