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feeding a baby or animal whenever it shows a need

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Significant proportion of mothers (68.24%, 95% Cl: 61.84% to 74.17%) are following clockwise timetable pattern while giving complementary feeds instead of the desirable biological clock method (demand feeding).
Kim Rayment, partner in BDO Stoy Hayward's Birmingham business centre, said: "Taking the output and optimism indices together, the message is that 2006 should be a better year for the UK economy than 2005, with healthier consumer demand feeding through to most sectors.
It is this fear of an unbalanced shortfall of global demand feeding protectionism, and some backlash against globalization more broadly, that motivates the debate over the utility of G7 coordination on growth (see Bergsten versus Siebert in this issue).
He may cry, seem confused and demand feeding having forgotten that he has just eaten.
We can see no sign of either higher housing prices or consumer demand feeding into the overall inflation rate.With moderate average earnings and pay settlements, we can see no case for an interest rate rise next month.''
The rule is demand feeding - that means feeding your baby when she wants to be fed, even if it's only two hours after a feed, which it probably will be for the first few weeks.
In another study, 40% mothers weaned at 6 months, 53% weaned prematurely and 84% mothers followed on demand feeding practice in the study conducted in rural Karnataka.
of Correct Responses 1 Knows benefits of breastfeeding a) To baby 100% b) To mother 58% 2 Time of initiation of breastfeeding 71.25% 3 Prelacteal feeds 85.25% 4 Colostrum feeding 95.8% 5 Duration of exclusive breastfeeding 96.3% 6 Ideal position of breastfeeding 95% 7 Demand feeding 71.59% 8 Role of diet in breast milk secretion 96.65% 9 Knowledge on expressed breast milk 54% 10 Storage of expressed milk 6% 11 Breastfeeding during maternal illness 31.65% 12 Contraceptive benefit of lactation 36.65% 13 Requirement of extra calories during 73.75% lactation 14 Knowledge of burping after feed 80.15% Table 3.
"A move to more realistic pricing of property over the past year, combined with the cut in interest rates in August 2005 has resulted in some pent-up demand feeding back into the market over recent months."
A total of 76% of the mothers followed on demand feeding practice.
2448 (43.5%) mothers practiced demand feeding. The babies which were breast fed for more than one year was 1401 (47.8%).