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Stop trying to make mums feel bad for not breast-feeding."
Yet, just a couple months back from maternity leave, Madden can already see the "longer-term consequences" breast-feeding can have on her career.
Supplementation with cup-feeding as a substitute for bottle-feeding to promote breast-feeding. Chang Gung Med J 2009; 32(4): 423-31.
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.
Deaths of an estimated 820,000 children under the age of five could be prevented globally every year with increased breast-feeding. [6] Breast-feeding decreases the risk of respiratory tract infections and diarrhoea, both in developing and developed countries.
Breast-feeding may also promote cardiovascular health.
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.
"Breast-feeding in public became one of the hottest publicly debated topics in 2012," Lansinoh senior director of professional relations Gina Ciagne 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.
RAWALPINDI -- Media should play its role to create awareness among the people about the importance of breast-feeding, said district health programme coordinator Dr Javaid Chaudry on Sunday.
Objective: To assess the breast-feeding condition based on economic status among primary school children and comparison between Turkman and non-Turkman ethnic groups in northern Iran in 2010.
Washington, Rabi'II 6, 1433, Feb 28, 2012, SPA - Breast-feeding exclusively is recommended for a baby's first six months of life, followed by continued breast-feeding along with food until a baby is at least 12 months old, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) reaffirmed in a new policy statement on Monday.
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.