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After it sold out of its first batch of breast milk ice cream, The Icecreamists store posted a sign promising customers that more "Baby Gaga" ice cream was on the way. Ben Stansall / AFP/Getty Images Anyone pining for some ice cream in London now has an unusual option to consider: ice cream made from mothers' breast milk. The Icecreamists shop has made headlines for using milk from as many as 15 women to make its new "Baby Gaga" flavor. The rare offering proved a hit with customers at the Covent Garden store — the first batch sold out within days of being introduced. A serving of Baby Gaga, which is reportedly flavored with vanilla and lemon zest, goes for 14 pounds — or about $22.50.
Stranger things happen. Just wondering about the diets of the women who provide the milk. Then again, that's not a good argument when one considers the diets of animals supplying humans with milk for products. by Feb 25
(Laptop update, yep, I am still using hubby’s. I finally dragged myself back to the store where I had to leave my laptop again with them. I hope they will take good care of her.
Campobella, S.C. -- Stephanie Greene, 37, has been charged with homicide by child abuse and is currently at the Spartanburg County Detention Center awaiting a bond hearing. In 2010, her 6-week-old daughter, Alexis, was found dead in her bed. In January of this year, an investigation was launched after the baby’s autopsy report showed a lethal amount of pain medication in her blood. Authorities say the baby received the lethal amount through her mother’s breast milk .
As we are already aware, the first wave of U.S. Latino baby boomers are now exiting exceptional positions of power and influence. During the era when the eldest members of this generation were born, there were less than three million Latinos living in the United States. Now nearing their mid-60s, this generation has witnessed a major demographic shift from one in fifty Americans being Latino to now one in six. Latino baby boomers have contributed through their tremendous service, volunteerism, philanthropy and community stewardship across each step in the struggle for equal rights and equal opportunities. In every domain of civic service, the elder members of this generation evolved the nascent organizational infrastructure that has endured beyond the 20th century.