FDA scientists are working on an unprecedented project. They are studying adult mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), which are cells that can turn into a variety of cell types and tissues including those that form fat, cartilage and bone. MSC-based products have the potential to be used for cellular repair, restoration, replacement and regeneration if approved by FDA. http://1.usa.gov/1k6UBB1 via SocialRugrats.com
Nearly 1 million Latinas arenâ€™t aware they are at risk of diabetes or prediabetes. To address the nationâ€™s diabetes epidemic, FDA has created many resources to help Latinas and all Americans prevent and manage their diabetes. http://1.usa.gov/1k48fok via SocialRugrats.com
A family that cooks together eats together—so hop into the kitchen and cook using your leftover hard boiled #Easter eggs! Here are some awesome recipe ideas to help get you started.
Using some of the technology used in mapping the human genome, FDA scientists are working to create DNA barcodes for fish. The high-tech effort is aimed to preventing fraud, including the substitution of a cheap fish for an expensive one, and preventing illness. http://1.usa.gov/1k0wVy1 via SocialRugrats.com
All I can say is WOW!
This is something I REALLY wish I would have done early on. So I’ll have to start with year #4 I guess…but either way, it’s getting done starting this weekend!
Truth be known, it kind of makes me sad that I didn’t think of it — four years of precious moments lost. Sweet little voices, facial expressions, new words, and all …
(1) Make a Bunny Basket: http://www.teaching-tiny-tots.com/toddler-activities-easter-milk-carton-bunny.html#.U1FG8vldWlt
(2) PEEPS Brownie Pops: If you’re a fan of PEEPS, you’re gonna love this recipe and this website —it’s full of great PEEPS recipes and ideas! http://www.lovefromtheoven.com/2014/04/06/peeps-recipes-ideas/
(3) Make a Colored Eggshell Mosaic with all of your left over eggs!http://www.teaching-tiny-tots.com/toddler-activities-eggshell-mosaic.html#.U1FHffldWls
(4) Make and Decorate Blown-Out-Eggs!http://tinkerlab.com/three-easy-tricks-for-blown-out-eggs/
Thanks to Teaching Tiny Tots, Love From The Oven and Tinkerlabfor this week’s activity ideas!