Independent predictors of breastfeeding intention in a disadvantaged population of pregnant women
- Out in the open. // Fit Pregnancy;Feb/Mar2010, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p128
The article presents information on breastfeeding in a public places. It mentions that more role models and images that shows breastfeeding should be displayed to change the perception of people who believe that breastfeeding in public places is scandalous. Danielle Rigg and Bettina Lauf Forbes,...
- Antenatal Preparation for Breastfeeding. Breward, Sharon // Midwifery Matters;Summer2008, Issue 117, p9
The article focuses on the significance of providing pregnant women with a good solid base of knowledge and skills to help them build their feeding experience. It states that this need can be fulfilled by including breastfeeding education and skills routinely in antenatal care. Among the...
- The newest pregnancy trends: Are they Dos or Don'ts? // Glamour;Mar2008, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p198
The article focuses on popular culture pregnancy trends. Particular attention is given to whether or not "Glamour" magazine readers believe these trends are a do or a don't. Featured trends include taking a â€œbabymoon,â€ the constant debate between breast feeding and a bottle,...
- If Breast is Best, Why are our Institutions Failing Nursing Moms? Zipkin, Aviva // Nutritional Perspectives: Journal of the Council on Nutrition;Oct2011, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p23
The article reports on the positive health benefits that breast feeding can offer to new mothers and to infants. A discussion of the role that medical personnel can play in educating women about the benefits of breast feeding and in promoting breast feeding in infants for the first six months of...
- Working it out. Baldwin, Elizabeth N.; Friedman, Kenneth A. // Mothering;Mar/Apr99, Issue 93, p65
Focuses on the benefits of promoting breast feeding in the workplace. Survey of legislative developments concerning breast feeding promotion; Positive impact of breast feeding on working women's productivity; Ways for working women to convince their employers to accommodate their breast-feeding...
- So, What Do You Expect? Kargman, Jill // Town & Country;Jun2003, Vol. 157 Issue 5277, p140
Comments on the fashion frenzy and diva attitudes among pregnant women.
- Conquering fear. // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97 Supplement Pregnancy, Issue 98, p7
Cites the results of a survey of new mothers by the Royal Women's Hospital in Melbourne. Routine antenatal screening tests, rather than antenatal classes, more likely to ease fear and anxiety during pregnant.
- Baptist Hospital Begins Breastfeeding Support Groups for New and Expecting Moms. // Tennessee Tribune;3/29/2012, Vol. 23 Issue 13, p3B
The article discusses the Breastfeeding Support Groups initiative started by Baptist Hospital for new and expecting mothers and their babies in Nashville, Tennessee.
- Mothers should breast feed for at least a year. McDaniel, Charles-Gene // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);12/06/97, Vol. 315 Issue 7121, p1487
Focuses on the health benefits of breast feeding for both mother and baby. Studies conducted on breast feeding in industrialized country; Economic benefits of breast feeding.