Posted by: Indonesian Children | June 14, 2009


  1. US Breastfeeding Committee Urges Support of Breastfeeding in

    28 Sep 2005 In the aftermath of one of the nation’s worst natural disasters, the United States Breastfeeding Committee (USBC), an organization of more
  2. IQ Boost From Breastfeeding Linked To Common Gene

    6 Nov 2007 Two studies of children in Britain and New Zealand have found that the known link between higher IQ and being breast fed as a baby may be
  3. Breastfeed With Pride Says National Childbirth Trust, UK

    6 May 2008 As National Breastfeeding Awareness Week approaches (11-17 May) the NCT is marking the Week by encouraging NCT branches nationwide to host
  4. Why Breastfeeding In The First Hour Of Life Is Important

    1 Aug 2007 Today countries around the world start celebrating World Breastfeeding Week, which this year emphasizes the importance of breastfeeding in
  5. Breastfeeding Needs Support, Royal Australian College Of General

    31 Jul 2008 International evidence shows that breastfeeding is best for babies, boosting their resistance to infection and diseases, and their growth
  6. Uganda Releases Guidelines On Breastfeeding, Including

    28 Apr 2009 Uganda’s Ministry of Health last week released breastfeeding guidelines as part of a wider policy on feeding policies for infants and young
  7. Breastfeeding Rates Negatively Impacted By Part-Time Work

    29 Apr 2008 Even part-time work can have a negative effect on breastfeeding rates, says new studyPart-time and casual work among new mothers has almost
  8. Breastfeeding And Socioeconomic Status

    Australian women from lower income families are less likely to breastfeed – increasing the chance of their babies becoming ill and being hospitalised,
  9. New Study From University Of Leicester On Breast Feeding & Post

    21 Jul 2007 The commonly held belief that mothers suffering from post natal depression will not be able to breastfeed has been challenged by research
  10. New Public Breastfeeding Law Takes Effect March 1, 2009 In Rhode
  1. 1 Mar 2009 A new Rhode Island law that allows a woman to breastfeed or bottle-feed her child in any place open to the public will take effect on March


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