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nursing
Parenting, Breastfeeding
Nursing in Public
Nursing in public is legal. Both women and their babies are protected by law. No one can prevent you from nursing your child because you are in public.
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toddler appetite
Child Care, Parenting, Nutrition, Breastfeeding
Appetite Slump in Toddlers
Your toddler doesn't want to eat at meal times or seems to have lost their appetite. It can be worrying because an appetite loss could link to health issues
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breastfeeding
Child Care, Parenting, Nutrition, Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding Tips for Working Mothers
Many new mothers believe that they must choose between breastfeeding and getting back to work. But, these two can actually co-exist quite peacefully.
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premature babies
Parenting, Breastfeeding
Premature Birth, Bone, and Other Health Problems
Premature birth is the number one cause of death in children in the first month of their life. Even if the child survives, it can leave many complications
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breastfeeding
Child Care, Parenting, Breastfeeding
How to Breastfeed Exclusively for 6 Months
WHO advises women to breastfeed their babies exclusively for six months in order for their children to achieve the best growth, health, and development.
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