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Mothers can ask Alexa a variety of questions about breastfeeding and the answers will be provided tailored to the age of the baby.
Failing to invest in breastfeeding has inflicted losses at the personal, community and national levels.
By failing to invest in breastfeeding, we are failing mothers and their babies-and paying a double price: in lost lives and in lost opportunity.
70 per new born is required to increase the global rate of exclusive breastfeeding among children under six months to 50 percent by 2025.
Moreover, evidence shows that breastfeeding has cognitive and health benefits for both infants and their mothers.
To raise awareness of the benefits of exclusive breastfeeding during World Breastfeeding Week, HMC's maternity facilities will be conducting events for both staff and patients.
com/breastfeeding-may-prevent-childhood-leukemia-study-1948495) Breastfeeding May Prevent Childhood Leukemia: Study
1 Optimal breastfeeding for under two years of age has significant impact on child health and life, and can prevent over 800,000 deaths (13 per cent of all deaths) in the developing world.
Keywords: Breastfeeding, Vaccination, Prenatal care, Immunisation.
The 2016 Breastfeeding Report Card included data from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
Immediate breastfeeding can significantly reduce neonatal mortality, he said.
breastfeeding rate for infants having ever been breastfed is low at 76.
The event raised public awareness about the importance of breastfeeding and how to ensure better health for future generations.
com)-- Birth and Breastfeeding Alliance invites the community to the 3rd annual Latch On SA on August 1, 2015 at St.