Definition of Terms:
Any of a large number of proteins of high molecular weight that are produced normally isspecialized B cells after stimulation by an antigen and not specifically against the antigen in animmune response.
Refers to the manner of feeding an infant using solely the mother’s breastmilk.
Infant formulas are designed to contain the approximate nutrient composition of humanmilk. Protein in the formula is typically supplied as whey, soy or cow’s milk base.
Defined as a human child at the youngest stage of life, specifically before they can walk and generally before the age of one.
The process whereby the reproductive organs return to their non-pregnant state
A medium of communication (as the newspapers, radio, motion pictures, television) thatis designed to reach the mass of people and tends to set standards, ideals, and arms of the masses
Also known as E.D 51 (Executive Order 51). This law only regulates advertising and promotional activities and materials and furthermore limits such regulation to breast milk substitutes intended for infants or babies 0-12 months old and do not impose an absolute ban onadvertising.