AAP releases new breastfeeding recommendations

March 1998
Mothering;Mar/Apr98, Issue 87, p72
Reports that the American Academy of Pediatrics has issued guidelines stressing breastmilk as the foundation of good infant nutrition. Role of pediatrics in promoting and protecting breastfeeding; List of states where breastfeeding legislation was considered; Introduction of a birth center in Oregon by a group of direct-entry midwives in Eugene, Oregon. INSETS: Amazing breastfeeding facts;Alternative healing for premature babies.


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