Kraft Foods Group announced Tuesday, March 17, the recall of about 242,000 cases of 7.25-ounce size boxes of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinner for the discovery of stainless steel fragments inside certain batches of the brand. If you happen to have one in your pantry, check the label —- if it has a “Best when used by” date of September 18, 2015 to October 11, 2015, with code C2, it's not advisable for consumption. (yahoo.com)
2. Prolonged breastfeeding may lead to higher IQ, more wealth According to a new study published in the Lancet Global Health journal, children who were breastfed for at least 12 months grew up smarter, more educated, and wealthier. The breastfed babies scored higher on IQ tests, attended school for a year longer, and made 15 percent more money when they hit 30 years old, compared to other kids who were breastfed for only less than a month. (time.com)
3. How did this family make a million dollars from posting YouTube videos? Mark and Rhea, parents to Hulyan, 5, Maya, 3, and Marxlen, 5 months, earn money from the ads that rolls before each video they upload on their YouTube channel Hulyan Maya. With lots of income coming from their videos —- mostly of their kids unpacking and playing with toys -— the two immigrants from the Philippines quit their regular jobs and just produce two videos a day. Last week, Huluyan Maya became the 42nd most-viewed U.S. channel with more than 26 million views in just seven days. Their all-time hit video is an eight-minute video of Hulyan buying and unpacking a Thomas & Friends Emergency Searchlight set. See a sample video below: (yahoo.com)
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4. Nikki Gil wants a simple, classic wedding The singer revealed that she and fiancé BJ Albert want a very traditional wedding, “nothing too out of the box.” Nikki and BJ were engaged in 2014 and are planning to tie the knot this year. She finds planning the wedding easy and enjoyable, since she has friends who recently got hitched whom she could ask for advice. (pep.ph)
5. Stay-at-home dad chronicles life with kids in new comics
When artist Danielle Kukic asked friend Salem Wildfire to collaborate for a web comic, the stay-at-home dad agreed. Salem, who is dad to five-year-old daughter Kenzie, created the new weekly web comic Daughter of the Wolf which depicts the adventures of Kenzie and "Wildfire", who is portrayed as a wolf. Each week, the duo find themselves in Kenzie’s imagination, but each one starts with everyday scenes all too familiar to parents all over. (today.com)
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