Nursing Trouble

Greenberg, Susan H.
March 1999
Newsweek;Spring/Summer99 Special Edition, Vol. 133 Issue 9, p24
Focuses on breast-feeding of infants in the United States. Why breast-feeding does not work for some mothers; How infants can become malnourished when milk supply is low; Comments of Marianne Neifert, a pediatrician and lactation specialist; Neifert's book `Dr. Mom's Guide to Breastfeeding'; The two types of lactation insufficiency; Herbal supplements that increase milk production; Formula supplementation; Breast-feeding organizations. INSET: At High Risk for Low Milk.


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