beyond the latch

March 2009
Baby Talk;Mar2009, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p18
The article offers information about breastfeeding. It states that breastfeeding insures contact with his/her mother, which the baby needs to become a social being. On the other hand, breast milk contains a long chain of fatty acids with a composition that is very much like brain tissue. It is stated that most newborn babies feed frequently which stimulates a mother's breast to produce milk.


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