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  • Breastfeeding FAQs: Safely Storing Breast Milk for Parents

    ... They can transmit bacteria if not cleaned properly. Is it safe to
    microwave my baby's bottles? The microwave can create ...

  • Being Safe in the Kitchen for Kids

    ... Only an adult should do this. Use only microwave-safe cookware in
    the microwave — never tinfoil or anything metal. If you ...

  • Go, Slow, and Whoa! A Quick Guide to Healthy Eating for Teens

    ... candy. Fig bars, Chips. Ginger snaps, Buttered microwave popcorn. Baked
    chips. Low-fat microwave popcorn. Pretzels. Butter ...

  • Go, Slow, and Whoa! A Kid's Guide to Eating Right for Kids

    ... candy. Fig bars, Chips. Ginger snaps, Buttered microwave popcorn. Baked
    chips. Low-fat microwave popcorn. Pretzels. Butter ...

  • Food Safety for Your Family for Parents

    ... Thaw meat, poultry, and fish in the refrigerator or microwave, never at room
    temperature. ... In the microwave, cover all meats and: ...

  • Overweight and Obesity for Parents

    ... Diet and Lifestyle. Much of what we eat is quick and easy — from
    fat-laden fast food to microwave and prepackaged meals. ...

  • Fire Safety for Parents

    ... The kitchen is full of ways for a fire to start: food left unsupervised on a stove
    or in an oven or microwave; grease spills; a dish towel too close to the ...

  • Burns for Parents

    ... over them. Never hold a baby or small child while cooking. Never
    warm baby bottles in the microwave oven. The liquid ...

  • Feeding Your Newborn for Parents

    ... a pan of warm water. A bottle of formula (or breast milk) should never be
    warmed in a microwave. The bottle can heat unevenly ...

  • After-School Snacks for Parents

    ... snack such as half a sandwich or a quesadilla made with a whole-wheat tortilla
    and low-fat cheese warmed in the microwave and topped with salsa ...