Iron deficiency alone can lead to anemia, low energy and difficulty concentrating. Lucky Iron Fish is an iron, fish-shaped object that families can place in a pot of boiling water prior to cooking to enrich vegetables with additional iron. The company works on a one-to-one donation scale, allowing individuals in developed nations to buy their own fish while รองเท้าส้นเตารีดไม่สูงมาก simultaneously donating one to a family in need. 8. Embrace Warmer Triplets in @embracewarmer held by their proud grandmother at Mulago National Referral Hospital in Kampala, Uganda. pic.twitter.com/fPARplBIho Embrace (@embracewarmer) September 9, 2015 More than 1 million babies die on the day of their birth every year. A staggering 90 percent รองเท้าผู้หญิง เอวสูง of these deaths occur in developing nations, where hypothermia is a common cause of death in premature and low-weight infants. Embrace Warmer is essentially an infant sleeping bag, helping to regulate a baby's body temperature during their vulnerable first days. The award-winning innovation is reusable, low-cost and requires no electricity, making it ideal for poor communities around the globe. Over 200,000 infants have used the life-saving blanket so far. 9.
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Authorities are investigating a separate incident that shows a clown clinging to a city bus, which was captured on video, according to the newspaper. This irrational, or perhaps now rational, fear of clowns even has a name: coulrophobia. A Rasmussen poll published in 2014 found that 43 percent of Americans "don't like circus clowns," and 6.8 percent of Americans face severe anxiety caused by clowns, according to the Chapman Survey of American Fears. In the face of such bad PR, "good" clowns have banded together to reclaim their profession. Ron Anglin, a professional clown who works at a children's health-care center in Atlanta, started using the hashtag #RealClownsAreAboutLove on social media to "counter all the horrible images out there," he told Buzzfeed News. "Fear mongering and hate mongering seem to be all the rage these days," wrote another professional clown on Facebook. "Can we get some love? Real clowns want you to know that those scary creeps out there are part of the hate. Real clowns are real love. Spread the word.
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