Breastfeeding, One Family at a Time


“Breastfeeding lowers a child’s risk of bronchitis, pneumonia, leukemia, asthma, allergies, intestinal diseases, diabetes and sudden infant death syndrome, among other things, research since 1990 shows”

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Supporting Families in Milk Sharing


"The World Health Organization, in its Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding, says,

“for those few health situations where infants cannot, or should not, be breastfed, the choice of the best alternative – expressed breast milk from an infant’s own mother, breast milk from a healthy wet-nurse or a human-milk bank, or a breast milk substitute…depends on individual circumstance.”

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Extended Breast-Feeding: What You Need to Know


“If you plan to breast-feed your baby beyond age 1 — also known as extended breast-feeding — you might have questions about the process. Get the facts about extended breast-feeding.”

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