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Breastfeeding is the natural and healthy way to nourish your baby, yet it's not always easy. New mothers need practical information about getting off to a good start and solving breastfeeding challenges. Health professionals need this information too, because it is rarely taught in medical school. Dr. Jack Newman's Guide to Breastfeeding covers the most common problems and questions that mothers encounter: How do I help my baby to get a good latch? How can I know if my baby is getting enough milk? How can I help him get more? Can I avoid sore nipples? Will my medication affect my baby? How do I fit breastfeeding into my life when I'm so busy?

The answers are here. Dr. Jack Newman and Teresa Pitman are two of the foremost lactation experts in Canada and have helped tens of thousands of new mothers find solutions that work. In this comprehensive guide, they share the most current information about breastfeeding and provide new, effective strategies and solutions to make breastfeeding work for you.

©2000, 2003, 2014 Dr. Jack Newman and Teresea Pitman (P)2019 Tantor

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  • 16-10-2019

Portrays formula as poison

There is a lot of very good information in here regarding latch and increasing milk supply, but while listening to the book, formula is portrayed as poison and healthcare professionals as trying to sabotage breastfeeding.

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