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Breastfeeding In Public

"I thought it was OK. I could understand the reasons. They said: there might be a man or nervous child seeing this small piece of flesh that they weren't quite expecting. … Read More»

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Breastfeeding Taboos Across Cultures

It`s 2pm in New York,on a bright Saturday morning.Two months old Bryan Osward and his mother are sitting in the front porch of their Brooklyn home, enjoying the mild morning sun.He is lying on his … Read More»

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graphic designer

Hi, I'm excited to be part of this community! I want to share two public websites I designed for the organization I work for (Fund for the City of New York). … Read More»

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Our Mission

Our mission is to reduce the premature deahs of infants by empowering families to take charge of their prenatal experience, to promote breastfeeding, and to increase the number of maternal and child h … Read More»

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WABA Press Release on HIV and Breastfeeding

Below is the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action's (WABA) press release for World AIDS Day. … Read More»

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Breastfeeding Myth #2: Many women can't make enough milk

Many women believe they are physically unable to produce enough milk to meet the needs of their baby. In reality, most cases of low milk supply are caused by the mismanagement of breastfeeding. … Read More»

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Breastfeeding Myth #1: It's normal for breastfeeding to hurt

Myths and misinformation pose real barriers to breastfeeding. One of the most common myths about breastfeeding is that breastfeeding is inherently painful. … Read More»

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Is Exclusive Breastfeeding an Attainable Goal?

The World Health Organization recommends six months of exclusive breastfeeding and at least two years of continued breastfeeding when table foods and drinks are introduced at approximately six months. … Read More»

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Welcome to the Breastfeeding Protection, Promotion, and Support Group! … Read More»

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