Current Knowledge on Breast Feeding: A Review for Medical Practitioners
Abstract: Written for the health profession, physicians, and medical students, the manual provides factual information on breastfeeding to help physicians provide advice to women about breastfeeding. Among the topics explained are anatomy and physiology of lactation, composition of the milk, mother's diet, environmental contaminants in breast milk, benefits, feeding techniques, and the physician's role.
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