Television creates a new terror for new moms

January 1999
Mothering;Jan/Feb99, Issue 92, p36
Discusses the effects of an episode in the television show `Chicago Hope' about dehydration among babies. Details on the show; How to prevent insufficient milk syndrome; Facts about `Baby-Friendly Hospitals.'


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