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*  Breastfeeding
Resources La Leche League International Breast-Feeding Content Resources WHO reports on Breast Feeding Breastfeeding and Breast ... The baby crawls towards the breast and begins to feed. After feeding, it is normal for a baby to remain latched to the breast ... Bottle feeding mothers may feel that they should be breastfeeding. Conversely, breastfeeding mothers may feel forced to feed in ... Breastfeeding - Side-lying position. Breastfeeding - Supine position. Breastfeeding - Tease lips or cheek. Breastfeeding - ...
*  Extended breastfeeding
But the physical, cognitive, and emotional needs of the young child persist." Many children who are breast-fed into their ... are breastfed until 12 months, though breastfeeding rates varied among the states. Breastfeeding rates in the U.S. at 6 months ... She was still breastfeeding the child at age 3 and had reported experiences of sexual arousal while breastfeeding the child. ... Extended breastfeeding usually means breastfeeding after the age of 12 or 24 months, depending on the culture. Full-term ...
*  Breastfeeding promotion
... if infant was breast fed since day one and 22% if the infant was breastfed within the first hour. Rates of breastfeeding ... breast-feed an infant child or address other needs related to breast-feeding. This amendment also requires public schools to ... In Bangladesh, prelacteal feeding is a common custom; this is the practice of feeding other foods to infants before breast milk ... The time required per week to breastfeed rather than bottle-feed or feed solids to children can be a significant burden for ...
*  Breastfeeding difficulties
Breastfeeding alone cuts HIV risk Nduati R; et al. (2000). "Effect of Breastfeeding and Formula Feeding on Transmission of HIV- ... Breastfeeding difficulties refers to problems that arise from breastfeeding, the feeding of an infant or young child with milk ... Statement from the Consultation on Breast-feeding/Breast Milk and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Geneva, Switzerland: WHO ... Engorgement may affect the areola, the periphery of the breast or the entire breast, and may interfere with breastfeeding both ...
*  Latch (breastfeeding)
Infants will naturally move their head while looking and feeling for a breast to feed. There are many ways to start feeding the ... The steps below can help with getting the infant to "latch" on to the breast for feeding.2 Hold the infant against a bare chest ... Latch refers to how the baby fastens onto the breast while breastfeeding. How the baby latches is more important than how the ... The infant's mouth will be filled with breast when in the best latch position. The infant's tongue is cupped under the breast, ...
*  International breastfeeding symbol
The International Breastfeeding Symbol may be helpful in shifting the bottle-feeding cultural paradigm toward the biological ... "South Sound Breastfeeding Network's Breastfeeding Welcome Here Campaign". Archived from the original on February 8, 2010. ... The International Breastfeeding Symbol was created in the style of the AIGA symbol signs commonly seen in public places. These ... The International breastfeeding symbol was created by Matt Daigle, a graphic artist and father. He created the symbol in ...
*  Nipple shield (breastfeeding)
... and aid with the transition to breast feeding. A mother's nipples can become sore or cracked from breastfeeding. A shield ... Breast shells may be confused with nipple shields, but shields are intended for use during the act of breastfeeding, whereas ... Using a shield allows for feeding to progress until the baby's suction draws out the nipple. Small, weak or sick babies often ... Babies who had to be bottle-fed since birth can become used to the bottle teat. Nipple shields feel more like teats, ...
*  Human-animal breastfeeding
Savona-Ventura, C. (2004). Breast versus Bottle. A history of Infant feeding in Malta. Association for the Study of Maltese ... Human-animal breastfeeding has been practiced in many different cultures in many time periods. The practice of breastfeeding or ... Tribal peoples around the world have breastfed many types of animal. Travelers in Guyana observed native women breastfeeding a ... Breastfeeding: Biocultural Perspectives. Aldine. ISBN 9780202011929. "Model breastfeeding a puppy calendar has dog lovers ...
*  Breastfeeding in public
Breastfeeding is encouraged and public breastfeeding is common. In fact, bottle feeding has been so widely discouraged that ... Discreet breastfeeding in public is accepted in Malaysia. Nepal has no laws about public breastfeeding. Public breastfeeding is ... John's told a breastfeeding mother to leave the premises. The mother was feeding her seven-month-old daughter in a private ... She handed him a copy of the Kentucky law that permitted public breastfeeding, but he would not relent. She opted to feed her ...
*  World Breastfeeding Week
"World Breastfeeding Week". PrWeb. Retrieved 13 November 2010. "World Breast Feeding Week". AllSands. Retrieved 13 November 2010 ... World Breastfeeding Week was first celebrated in 1992 by World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) and is now observed in ... Both recommend exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life and then supplemented breastfeeding for at least one ... "World Breastfeeding Week and World Walk for Breastfeeding". La Leche League International. Retrieved 11 November 2010. Moen, ...
*  Breastfeeding and HIV
Breast-Feeding Content Resources WHO reports on Breast Feeding Health risks of not breastfeeding US Department of Health & ... Breastfeeding and HIV transmission avoidance to prevent malnutrition in South Africa Breastfeeding difficulties Breastfeeding ... International Breastfeeding Journal. 5 (10): 4. doi:10.1186/1746-4358-5-10. Stein Z, Kuhn L (2009). "Breast feeding: A time to ... modifications in infant feeding practices (i.e., exclusive breastfeeding or exclusive replacement feeding), and counseling. ...
*  Breastfeeding and medications
"Medications in the Breast-Feeding Mother". American Family Physician. 64 (1). "Breastfeeding" (PDF). Office on Women's Health, ... Breastfeeding and medications is the description of the medications that can be used by a breastfeeding mother with no or few ... Is the drug short-acting? A short-acting form of the drug may be a better choice for a breastfeeding mother rather than a ... Some have no effect on the baby and can be used while breastfeeding. The National Institutes of Medicine (US) maintains a ...
*  List of breastfeeding activists
... infant feeding difficulty care. www.NewEnglandMothersFirst.com. Diana West, IBCLC, a writer and lecturer on breastfeeding ... The international breastfeeding community includes people who actively promote breastfeeding, teach breastfeeding, research ... The Evolution of Breastfeeding and the Making of a Controversy by Jennifer Grayson Mother's Milk: Breastfeeding Controversies ... and Madness Biocultural Perspectives on Breastfeeding by Katherine Dettwyler The Politics of Breastfeeding-When Breasts Are Bad ...
*  History and culture of breastfeeding
... the act of feeding a child breast milk directly from breast to mouth. Breastfeeding may be performed by the infant's mother or ... In Ghana babies are still frequently fed with tea alongside breastfeeding, reducing the benefits of breastfeeding and ... A breastfeeding mother in public with her baby will often need to breastfeed her child. A baby's need to feed cannot be ... Lower-class women breastfed their infants and used a wet nurse only if they were unable to feed their own infant. Attempts were ...
*  World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action
All information on artificial infant feeding, including that on labels, should explain the benefits of breastfeeding, and the ... "World Breastfeeding Week". PrWeb. Retrieved 13 November 2010. "WHO , World Breastfeeding Week". World Health Organization. ... "LLLI , World Breastfeeding Week Celebration , World Breastfeeding Week Celebrations". La Leche League International. Retrieved ... World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action Website World Breastfeeding Week Website. ...
*  Google Glass breastfeeding app trial
... is perfect to coach someone in breast feeding: if you are holding or feeding a baby, imagine a camera mounted on your glasses ... "Whenever I was having any issues with my breastfeeding, I was able to video call a breastfeeding counselor who could then see ... "Google Glass - breastfeeding help just a click away". Babyology. Babyology. Retrieved 12 June 2014. "Breastfeeding help gets hi ... The Google Glass breastfeeding trial program was developed in collaboration with the Australian Breastfeeding Association and ...
*  HIV and pregnancy
Hoddinott, Pat; Tappin, David; Wright, Charlotte (2008-04-19). "Breast feeding". BMJ: British Medical Journal. 336 (7649): 881- ... A study in Malawi found that the risk of HIV transmission through breastfeeding was 7% in children who breastfed for one year ... Because HIV may be spread through breast milk, mothers with the infection are encouraged to avoid breastfeeding. Infection with ... For this reason, breastfeeding is discouraged amongst HIV-positive women. In a study conducted in South Africa, 14.1% of ...
*  Oral rehydration therapy
ORT is one of the principal elements of the UNICEF "GOBI FFF" program (growth monitoring; ORT; breast feeding; immunization; ... Children who are breastfed should continue breastfeeding. WHO recommends that all severely malnourished children admitted to ... Feeding should usually resume within 2-3 hours after starting rehydration and should continue every 2-3 hours, day and night. ... Breastfeeding should be continued throughout ORT. As part of oral rehydration therapy, WHO recommends supplemental zinc (10 to ...
*  Breast pump
Most breast pumps allow direct collection of pumped breast milk into a container that can be used for storage and feeding. Many ... Foot-powered breast pumps use the same collection tubing and breast horns as electric breast pumps, but are powered by a foot ... A misconception is that the breast pump suctions milk out of the breast. A breast pump's job is to trigger the milk ejection ... Importance of Vacuum for Milk Expression Breastfeeding Med 3(1) 11-19 "Breastfeeding and Pumping Accessories". Breastfeeding ...
*  Gordon's functional health patterns
Breastfeeding? Infant feeding? Food or eating: Discomfort, swallowing difficulties, diet restrictions, able to follow? Healing ... Breast/testicular self-examination? Accidents at home, work, school, driving? In past, has it been easy to find ways to carry ... Perceived ability for feeding, grooming, bathing, general mobility, toileting, home maintenance, bed mobility, dressing and ...
*  NestlĂ© boycott
The World Health Organization recommends that, in the majority of cases, babies should be exclusively breast fed for the first ... "European Parliament public hearing on Nestlé's baby food marketing" (PDF) (Press release). Breast Feeding Promotion Network of ... The bond between baby and mother can be strengthened during breastfeeding. Frequent and exclusive breastfeeding can also delay ... Breast milk has many natural benefits lacking in formula. Nutrients and antibodies are passed to the baby while hormones are ...
*  Jamie Eason
Second, breast feed. It's the best way to burn those excess calories and it's good for the baby. Third, take regular walks or ... She was diagnosed with breast cancer at 22 years old fighting off the disease, and at the age of 28 an injury revealed that she ... After a short time as a Houston Texans cheerleader, she was diagnosed with breast cancer forcing her to a desk job where her ...
*  University of New Mexico Hospital
... highest breast-feeding continuation rate; and lowest total cesarean section rate, by the American College of Nurse Midwives. On ...
*  Glutaric aciduria type 1
Gokcay G, Baykal T, Gokdemir Y, Demirkol M (2006). "Breast feeding in organic acidaemias". J Inherit Metab Dis. 29 (2-3): 304- ... breastfeeding are common ways to limit protein intake without endangering tryptophan transport to the brain. A possible way to ...
*  Timeline of Chagas disease
"Chagas Disease and Breast-feeding". doi:10.3201/eid1910.130203. PMC 3810739 . "The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1948 ...
*  List of birds of the Falkland Islands
Its upperparts and breast are pale gray, and the rest of the underparts are white. It has short red legs, a black bill and a ... Flamingos filter-feed on shellfish and algae. Their oddly shaped beaks are specially adapted to separate mud and silt from the ... They feed on planktonic crustaceans and small fish picked from the surface, typically while hovering. The flight is fluttering ... Most penguins feed on krill, fish, squid, and other forms of sealife caught while swimming underwater. King penguin, ...