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World Breastfeeding Week 2014

 

 

Happy World Breastfeeding Week!! Breastfeeding: A Winning Goal For Life……..What an awesome slogan for this years week. August has also been recognized as National Breastfeeding Month which is even better! 74 more words

The Top 16 Breastfeeding Controversies

Almost any discussion of how and when we feed our babies sets off a national debate. So to mark World Breastfeeding Week 2014 (yes, that exists), here’s a look at 16 nursing controversies, from the fracas over an… 25 more words

What I really think about breastfeeding

Do I think mothers should breastfeed? Well, there is that argument that if you’re going to bring a baby into the world shouldn’t you feed it the way nature intended? 1,014 more words

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Wanting to prepare to breastfeed? Hire a birth and postnatal doula

Welcome to Day 1 of World Breastfeeding Week!

How to prepare to breastfeed is a question that concerns a lot of pregnant women. In the UK, 81% of mothers initiate breastfeeding, but most women’s friends experiences will reflect the fact that only 55% of women are breastfeeding at all, and 23% exclusively breastfeeding, at 6 weeks. 506 more words

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Post pregnancy blues and blacks and greys and whites

I love kids. Adore them to be true. So when I read about post natal depression(PND) in blogs and newspapers, I thought it would never affect me. 1,208 more words

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Welcome to World Breastfeeding Week

August 1st marks the start of World Breastfeeding Week, a global awareness event created to highlight not only the importance of breastfeeding for healthy children, but to evaluate progress on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) set in 1990 by governments and the United Nations to fight poverty and promote healthy and sustainable development in a comprehensive way the year 2015. 844 more words

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World Breastfeeding Week, 1-7 Aug

On the 15th anniversary World Breastfeeding Week, 1-7 August, UNICEF says initiating breastfeeding within one hour of birth could greatly reduce neonatal deaths 375 more words

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