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The recent groundbreaking studies on maternal or infant prophylaxis during breastfeeding (Table I) (13-19) yield data that should prompt immediate action and a review of existing guidelines on infant feeding and HIV.
Women as Mothers in Pre-Industrial England: Essays in Memory of Dorothy McLaren (New York: 1990); Valerie Fildes, Breasts, Bottles, and Babies: A History of Infant Feeding (Edinburgh, 1986); Linda A.
Philips AVENT understands infant feeding needs on the most intimate level because we involve moms and their babies at the earliest phase of the product development process," said Ron Tiktin, Marketing Director, Philips AVENT.
Alison Gingell, chairwoman ofNHS Coventry, said the appointment of an infant feeding coordinator was a real boost for the city.
However, a question that remains is how we can most effectively prevent late postnatal transmission of HIV through infant feeding.
The revised Infant Feeding Guidelines were also issued today.
ATLANTA, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Focused on providing critical infant feeding and nutrition information to health professionals, the media and parents, the International Formula Council has launched an expanded, more user-friendly website at www.
The Infant Feeding Survey revealed that 76 per cent of women in 2005 started out breastfeeding - up seven per cent from 2000.
Recent WHO guidance on HIV and infant feeding says: "Breastfeeding is normally the best way to feed an infant.
Helping Muslim women adopt good infant feeding practices requires an understanding of the differences between the religious basis of breastfeeding and the cultural practices followed by some Muslims.
On 23 August 2011, the South African National Department of Health adopted promotion of exclusive breastfeeding as the national infant feeding strategy and made a decision to withdraw free formula milk from the PMTCT programme.
WASHINGTON, July 24 /PRNewswire/ -- A new national survey reveals that, while almost all mothers recognize the importance and benefits of breastfeeding both for themselves and their babies, a large majority of moms want the right to make their own infant feeding decision, based on all available information and to best suit their own family's needs.

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