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Position Statement Infant Feeding - RCM

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Position Statement Infant Feeding Background and Context Breastfeeding, more than any other health behaviour, has a broad-spectrum and long-lasting impact on public health. Breastfeeding positively influences inpatient admission rates in the early weeks of life for respiratory and gastric conditions, and to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Long term benefits include protection ...

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Position Statement: Infant Feeding in an Emergency for ... Breastfeeding provides the best possible nutrition for babies and is the safest way to feed babies in an emergency, especially if clean water and electricity is not available. Where babies are not fed breast milk, a properly prepared, commercial infant formula is the only safe alternative. Cows’ milk should not be given as a drink to ...

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AMA Position Statement Infant Feeding and Parental Health 2017

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Position Statement on Prescribing Infant Formula in Cow s ...

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