Breastfeeding Your Baby
This handbook offers a balanced assessment of the benefits of breastfeeding, both for the baby and the mother. The author gives an explanation of what happens to the body when breastfeeding and what to expect when breastfeeding - from the very first feed to beyond the first year.
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