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Influencers Are Posting Potentially Dangerous Baby Formula Recipes, Despite Safety Warnings

As the baby formula shortage continues, increasingly desperate parents are searching for answers about what to do when they can’t find the formula they need. One trend that has medical professionals and regulatory agencies concerned is people making their own formula. The Food and Drug Administration and the American Academy of Pediatrics have warned against using it, citing a lack of balanced nutrition and the risk of harm to babies. News reports are springing up of babies hospitalized for drinking homemade or diluted formula, as parents struggle to find the products they typically use to feed their babies. But that hasn’t stopped recipes from popping up all over social media, where they pull in large numbers of views and likes. On TikTok, a recipe using hemp seeds, sea moss, and medjool dates has been viewed more than 10,000 times. In the comments, users ask the original poster, who doesn’t claim to be a healthcare professional, for advice on introducing sea moss to a baby who’s never had it before. A beautiful blonde TikToker with 16,000 followers posted a video where she’s holding an infant on her hip while she explains that she’s preparing their bottle with baby formula she made…

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Khloe Kardashian's strategic bikini photo post from Italy – News.com.au

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Rapper Snoop Dogg Calls Out Instagram: 'They Apart Of Amerikka'

Last week, a white supremacist in army gear killed 10 innocent people shopping at a Buffalo supermarket.A clip shared on social media showed an 18-year-old gunman killing innocent black people while stopping to say ‘sorry’ to a white man during the melee. After sharing the controversial clip online, rapper and activist Mysonne was blocked from going live on Instagram. This is so wack !! smh no real reason at All . I shared a clip of the White Supremacist saying sorry no shots nothing and it was Removed and my lives blocked .. Instagram ain’t for us ! Fellow rapper Snoop Dogg chimed in leaving the comment, “Fuck. Instagram they apart of amerikkka.” Many social media users feel they are being censored from speaking on anti-black hate. During the early days of the pandemic, Payton Gendron logged on to the 4chan message board website to browse ironic memes and infographics that spread the idea that the white race is going extinct. He was soon lurking on the web’s even more sinister fringes, scrolling through extremist and neo-Nazi sites that peddled conspiracy theories and anti-Black racism. In a twist of compassion and turning a blind eye, many media outlets have stated the ‘young…

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BTS' J-Hope features in selfies with Jin, teases singer over tagging him on post – Hindustan Times

BTS member Jin recently met with fellow group member J-Hope and shared pictures. Taking to Instagram, Jin shared the selfies which he clicked inside a car. For the photos, Jin opted for a purple shirt while J-Hope was dressed in a white shirt and a yellow half sweater. The BTS members were also seen wearing mics. (Also Read | BTS' RM reveals his different personas 'sometimes comes as heavy burden': ‘At times I wonder who the real me is')In the first photo, the duo smiled for the camera as J-Hope also flashed a thumbs-up sign. While Jin smiled in the second picture, J-Hope was seen smiling at someone sitting in front of him. Jin simply posted the photos but didn't caption the post or tag J-Hope. Jin shared pictures with J-Hope. J-Hope teased Jin. J-Hope re-shared Jin's post. Reacting to the pictures, J-Hope dropped a comment teasing Jin. He wrote, "Wow our hyung (elder brother) knows how to tag (people)!!!!!!!!!" J-Hope also added a string of emojis including fire, clapping hands, heart eyes, raised hands and red hearts. He also re-shared the post on his Instagram Stories and added a thumbs-up emoji.Reacting to Jin's latest post, BTS fandom ARMY shared…

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Madonna, 63, outraged by Instagram Live ban for breaking app's rules with nude posts – Daily Mail

Madonna has been banned from going live on Instagram after continually breaking the app's rules with her nude posts. The singer, 63, expressed her outrage on Friday after discovering she was unable to broadcast live to her 18 million followers for 'going against Community Guidelines' on the app, with a later message reminding users not to 'spam' or 'post nudity'. Sharing a video of the moment she learnt that she had been blocked, Madonna declared 'I've never worn so many clothes in my life', although she has previously had risqué content removed by the app.  Fuming: Madonna revealed on Friday that she has been banned from going live on Instagram after continually breaking the app's rules with her nude postsShe captioned the clip: 'Not Us!!!! violation of community guidelines……….' In a video on her Stories, Madonna questioned if her post on NFT videos last week could be blame, as they featured graphic digital scans of her own vagina, as well as naked depictions of herself giving birth to trees, butterflies, and robotic centipedes.After saying she was 'speechless', Madonna mused: 'It's weird, they're being really mysterious about why, they're not giving me a reason. It's like a bureaucracy inside a computer. 'I haven't done anything lately,…

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This iPhone trick takes your Instagram Stories to the next level – KnowTechie

News Surprisingly, TikTok is home to some great Instagram tricks. TikTok is a wonderful place to get bite-sized hacks to level up various parts of your life. This time around, it’s an awesome iPhone trick that helps you level up your Instagram Stories by adding handwritten text or sketches.Now, before you say, “but I can handwrite on Stories already,” go and try inside the Instagram app. It’s not the easiest process. You’re also limited to only a couple of tools to add your custom text or doodles.This iPhone trick helps that and comes courtesy of @katamogz. On your iPhone, open your Notes app, then pick any of the drawing tools and either write a message or sketch a little drawing.Then use the selection tool in Notes to add it to the clipboard. Switch over to your Instagram app, open the text input box, and long-press on your screen. That’ll let you paste whatever you drew in the Notes app onto your Insta.Neat, right? You can see the whole iPhone trick in the embed below, or on Katarina Mogus’ TikTok page. @katamogz #instagramhack #ighack #applehack #instagramstoryhack #igstoryinspo #tipsandtricks #digitalart ♬ son original – Cherif That’s a nice trick, courtesy of the…

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Marnie Schulenburg dead: TV soap star's heartbreaking final Instagram post | 7NEWS

Well-known soapie star Marnie Schulenburg has died from breast cancer, shortly after posting a final optimistic message on Instagram.The As The World Turns Star died on Tuesday, aged 37, from stage four metastatic breast cancer.The popular American actress also starred in the soapie One Life To Live and The Young And The Restless.For more Celebrity related news and videos check out Celebrity >>She leaves behind her husband, Succession actor Zack Robidas, and their two-year-old daughter Coda.In her final Instagram post on May 9, Marnie expressed optimism about her cancer and making it home for Mother’s Day after hospital treatment.“It wasn’t a guarantee that I was going to be home this Mother’s Day,” she wrote.Actress Marnie Schulenberg in 2012. Credit: Taylor Hill/Getty Images“I got released late Friday night but had to be sent home with an oxygen machine.”She went on to write that it was not her “ideal” to be on an oxygen tank and she wanted to be “strong and beautiful” for her daughter.“I want to show her how to move throughout this world with compassion, strength, vivacity, humour and joy like my Mother showed me,” she wrote alongside a picture with her mother and daughter.“I know that me being…

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Gildable: New Digital Trading Card Platform Turns Instagram – GlobeNewswire

LOS ANGELES, May 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gildable Inc. is launching its revolutionary blockchain-powered platform that enables anyone with an Instagram account to create and sell NFT-backed trading cards that come with associated perks and utilities. Gildable has already garnered the attention of artists and stars such as The Bachelor's Peter Weber, iconic actress Mariel Hemingway, Ohio State Basketball alum and TikTok star Jimmy Sotos, hyper-realism artist Mike Dargas, and award-winning actor Jeremy Sumpter. Gildable has also partnered with the American Red Cross to create philanthropic Gildable packs, which feature Robin Thicke, Dylan McDermott, Jane Seymour, Chris Maloney, and others. In the coming months, Gildable will collaborate with A-list athletes, celebrities, influencers, and brands, while also working with Ukrainian stars to support relief efforts in Ukraine. To create Gildable packs, creators first choose seven Instagram posts that they want to turn into NFT-backed cards. Then they choose the price of each card pack, the number of card packs to mint, and what perks and utilities to tie to rare cards. Collectors then purchase the packs directly from their creators. Alternatively, collectors can purchase individual cards from other collectors on the Gildable Card Marketplace. Unlike other Web3 platforms, Gildable does not require a cryptocurrency wallet or any…

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Agents follow Detroit man's Instagram to bust him for guns, drugs, unemployment fraud, identity theft

DETROIT – Federal agents monitored a Detroit man’s Instagram account while he posted pictures of guns and drugs he wasn’t allowed to be around, claimed to be driving while high, threatened police, and tried to recruit others for an obvious unemployment fraud and identity theft scheme, according to authorities.Previous gun-related incidentsIn November 2020, the Detroit Police Department’s Ninth Precinct Ceasefire Unit contacted the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and named Javion Otis as a person of interest connected to gun violence in the precinct.Otis is either 20 or 21 years old, court records show.Detroit police said in July 2020, they identified two National Integrated Ballistics Information Network lead firearms that were recovered during a search warrant at Otis’ home on Rossiter Street in Detroit.AdDuring a separate incident on July 17, 2020, Otis was arrested for firing a gun within city limits, according to a criminal complaint filed Thursday (May 12, 2022). He pleaded guilty to multiple counts of carrying a concealed weapon on July 16, 2021, and was sentenced to two years of probation under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act, the complaint says.A special condition of his probation was that, “You must not own, use, or have under…

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No more Instagram filters? Here's what to know about Meta's move to pull AR features in Illinois.

Last week Meta, the social media company formerly known as Facebook, removed some of its augmented reality effects and applications, such as avatars and filters, from Facebook and Instagram in Illinois.The decision also affects Meta’s Messenger and Messenger Kids apps as well as Portal, its family of smart video-calling devices. The company, which was embroiled in privacy litigation in Illinois for years over its facial tagging feature, also pulled the features in Texas.A Meta spokesperson said the augmented reality technology is not facial recognition, but the company was “taking this step to prevent meritless and distracting litigation under laws in these two states based on a mischaracterization of how our features work.”The mobile phone app logos for Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp in 2021. (Richard Drew/AP)The company plans to reintroduce the augmented reality features on an opt-in basis. A Meta spokesperson did not offer a timeline for when the features would become available again, saying the new opt-in experiences would roll out “soon.”“We remain committed to delivering AR experiences that people love, and that a diverse roster of creators use to grow their businesses, without needless friction or confusion,” the company said in a statement.Here’s what to know about augmented reality…

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