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MariaSharpie

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MALACCA: Parents whose children have consumed potentially fake formula milk in have come forward with their accounts.

One father claimed that his 10-month-old daughter developed a fever and red rashes after drinking what he suspected was counterfeit formula milk, reported the New Straits Times on Wednesday (Dec 13).

"There were red spots everywhere on her body, on her face, hands and even her back," said the 33-year-old graphic designer who wanted to be known as Koh.

According to Koh, he and his wife became worried after reading about fake infant formula on the news.

More than 200 boxes of counterfeit Enfalac A+ Step 1 were confiscated by Malaysian authorities on Sunday.

More at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/new...falac-milk-powder-formula-fake-infant-9496792

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beaverjuice

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izzit because the fake infant milk formulas use inferior grade Vitamin B3 that is used in animal feed? ???

the skin flush should go away ..... don't worry too much
"A man who has depths in his shame meets his destiny and his delicate decisions upon paths which few ever reach."

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princessbell

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so sad, hope he is fine now.

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Evangeline.s

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ladies, always check the milk label!! sometimes things go crazily cheap on sale and we don't really know what's in it. always protect our children ;)


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When it comes to related babies consumables, it's better that as parents they should not even consider getting anything that is cheap or on "sale". Better to be safe than sorry and spend more money getting their children to be well again.

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Evangeline.s

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yes i agree. always check the label.