Breastmilk contains nutrients your baby needs for growth and development and protects your baby against infections and diseases. Breastfeeding is free and convenient and can promote bonding between you and your baby.
Linda Lee, environmental health expert and chief medical affairs and science officer at UV Angel, says UV light and chemicals like bleach or ethanol are equally effective methods for sanitizing surfaces. She suggests using whatever cleansing method is available to you, but points out that, in some situations, UV treatment can be superior. “For instance, chemical treatment might be difficult for a baby’s pacifier, because the way chemicals work, there’s a residual left behind that continues to treat the surface,” she says. So maybe don’t scrub your baby’s pacifier with a Clorox wipe and then hand it right back to them. Another benefit of UV light over wipes or paper towels is that you create less waste.
August is a significant month in the breastfeeding community. Not only is it officially Breastfeeding Awareness Month, but the first seven days are embraced by more than 120 countries as an annual celebration known as World Breastfeeding Week.
Does ultraviolet light destroy the virus that’s causing our current health situation? That seems to be a question on many people’s minds these days. The answer is that the jury’s still out. A quick Google search will give conflicting opinions. It’s known that UV light destroys other strains of this family of viruses. That’s why some in the scientific community believe it has the same effect on the latest version. Because of this, many people are adding UV light disinfection to their safety arsenal. Let’s talk about that and how Solid Signal can help you with our handy UV sanitizer. But first, let’s look at…