The change in infant feeding practices in the United States and across the world has generated much debate. The primary topics under debate are breast versus bottle feeding and when and what to feed an infant. For this week’s Discussion you will take on these topics for the purpose of discovering the best practices to provide a growing infant the best nutrition possible.
Infant Feeding Practices
Discuss the following in your initial post:
Your friend is expecting her first child. In your first post, share with your friend the nutritional pros and cons of breastfeeding in order to help her make an educated decision about whether to breast or bottle feed. You may also share your personal experiences, but be sure to discuss the nutritional implications of each option. Make sure to support this information with resources such as the textbook and/or other reliable sources.
In addition, discuss when first and complementary foods should be added into an infant’s diet and why. You may include personal experiences and advice that has been passed on to you. Then, support your answers with information from the textbook and/or other resources.
According to federal finance laws, individual contributions to federal candidates are capped at predetermined amounts.
An example: you can contribute $2,700 to a Congressional candidate for each primary, runoff, and general election. In contrast, an individual (you) can contribute unlimited amounts of funds towards a Political Action Committee (PAC). According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC), “The term "political action committee" (PAC) refers to two distinct types of political committees registered with the FEC: separate segregated funds (SSFs) and non-connected committees. Basically, SSFs are political committees established and administered by corporations, labor unions, membership organizations or trade associations. These committees can only solicit contributions from individuals associated with connected or sponsoring organization. By contrast, non-connected committees, as their name suggests, are not sponsored by or connected to any of the aforementioned entities and are free to solicit contributions from the general public.” (FEC, 2015)
Directions: Using at least one specific example, address the influence of political action committees on campaigns and elections.
• Provide a brief summary of the political action committee.
• Analyze the purpose of this political action committee.
• Analyze the finances of this political action committee.
• Overall, do political action committees help or hinder our democracy?
• Defend your answer with specific rationales.
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Infant Feeding Practices
The changing dynamics of infant feeding practices in the USA has generated much debate lately. One of the hotly contested topics in infant feeding is breast versus bottle...
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