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Feeding Bottles Comes in Handy for Students to Have Hygienic, Clean Water

by VR Sreeraman on November 17, 2007 at 4:43 PM
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Feeding Bottles Comes in Handy for Students to Have Hygienic, Clean Water

Students at a Chinese University have found a novel solution to unclean and germ-infested water - feeding bottles.

A student, surnamed Lei, from Hainan Normal University, said she has been using the teats rather than cups to drink water because it is convenient, hygienic and safe.

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And now, more than 40 percent of women on her campus are using the bottles to do the same and the numbers are further rising.

However, the practice has raised concerns among local teachers and educators, reports China Daily.

They say that using teats is a reflection of the strong dependence young women still have on their parents and others.

Source: ANI
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