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August 2005
PN;Aug2005, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p15
Trade Publication
The article presents information about two new products for new mothers with disabilities. The Bottle Sling allows hands-free feeding. The device reportedly promotes proper bottle positioning and eliminates choking hazards caused by improper bottle propping. The lie-down Nursing Nest Breast-feeding Pillow is designed to safely cradle the contours of a baby's body while being fed by a mother who is lying down. It is available at select Babies R Us and Baby Depot stores in the U.S., Buy Baby Buy, One Step Ahead, and other independent retailers.


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