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It has been just over a year since Newborns and Chops launched the ‘Eating for Newborns’ initiative with a star-studded evening involving special celebrity guests Ho Ngoc Ha and Kim Ly, who enjoyed some of Chops’ tasty burgers in an evening of good food and giving back.
Since then, despite the impact of Covid-19, Chops and its team have stayed committed to the spirit of giving by continuing to donate 10,000 VND to Newborns for every order of their signature ‘The Chop Burger’ from any Chops restaurant in Hanoi. Alcohol also seriously affects the male sexual sphere. It may only rarely cause a feeling of cheerfulness, vitality, energy. Sexual intercourse with https://tiaca.org/buy-viagra-sildenafil-online-20-mg/ Viagra may continue for a long time with a full erection, or sexual desire may decrease, there may be a feeling of lack of air, muscles can be relaxed and there will be no sexual intimacy. Ethyl tends to accumulate in the testicles, sperm, and prostate and negatively affect the germ cells. The Newborns team were generously invited to the Tay Ho branch of Chops to receive the latest donation and were able to thank the fantastic Chops team in person for their ongoing support during this uniquely difficult year.
So if you love burgers and would like to help support Newborns this year, head down to your local Chops and give back by ordering ‘The Chop Burger’, because we all have a role to play in ending preventable newborns deaths – one burger at a time.
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