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Supplementation with cup-feeding as a substitute for bottle-feeding to promote breast-feeding.
Vice Mayor Jose Espinosa III, who presided over the session, and Councilor Eduardo Pearedondo had joked and made sexual references to women's breasts when the city council discussed a proposed ordinance granting Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog authority to enter into a memorandum of understanding with two hospitals planning to put up breast-feeding stations in workplaces here.
6] Breast-feeding decreases the risk of respiratory tract infections and diarrhoea, both in developing and developed countries.
And there's no keener advocate of breast-feeding than me.
Now South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is opening a new breast-feeding clinic in Redcar, for those experiencing feeding problems, to help tackle the issue.
As our survey reveals, moms know that breast-feeding is the best thing for their baby, but they fear the reaction they will get if they choose to do so in public," she says.
Jane Buckton, LifeCheck co-ordinator for Durham County Council, said: "We are now widening out our breast-feeding venue scheme where we actively flag up businesses across the county which have signed up to our breast-feeding friendly scheme.
He was talking to reporter on the eve of 20th Global Breast-Feeding Week, which will commence on September 17 and ends on 23rd.
Results: Breast-feeding during the first 6 postpartum months and two postpartum years was found in 5.
Al Khor Hospital's (AKH) Breast Management and Resource Centre at the hospital's Obstetrics and Gynaecology department has been awarded the prestigious regional Breast-feeding Management Award by the Dubai Health Authority at the Third National Seminar on Human Lactation.
And when breast-feeding women behave aggressively, they register a lower blood pressure than other women, the study found.
There should be a general consensus on creating policies on breast-feeding in South Africa, Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi said last month, suggesting that making baby formula available by prescription only could be on the cards.
1429) studied whether sensitization and development of allergic disease is associated with duration of breast-feeding and perinatal exposures to polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and methylmercury.
Mothers having a second or subsequent birth were more likely to reach their breast-feeding goal if staff encouraged them to feed their baby on demand than if health care providers did not promote this practice (3.
Previous studies have tried to determine whether breast-feeding results in a reduced rate of early childhood caries as compared to that experienced in bottle-fed infants.