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Health & Baby

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  1. Breastfeeding Basics

    In the same way that you are learning to breastfeed, your baby is also learning to eat. But as natural as the suckling instinct is, don't be surprised if your new little bundle of joy has a bit of trouble mastering what experts call "latching on." "In essence, this is the way a baby needs to attach

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  2. Banking Your Baby's Cord Blood

    If you're expecting a baby, you might have thought about umbilical cord blood - along with the many other ways you can hope to make life safe for your child. Expectant parents do all kinds of things for safety's sake. They plug up empty electrical sockets, childproof their cabinets, pore over car se

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  3. Assessing Your Need for Umbilical Cord Blood

    Many private banks argue that cord blood banking is a form of insurance. The odds are low that your child will ever need it, they say, but the cord blood is there if he or she ever does. However, a lot of doctors and medical organizations disagree. In their most recent statement on the subject from

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  4. Making The Breastfeeding Decision

    It's probably no accident that the declining interest in breastfeeding collided head on with the birth of the American working mom. As more women entered the workforce, more were encouraged to abandon breastfeeding in favor of formula. And for a time, a good majority did just that. But today, the pe

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  5. Turning Baby Into Baby Einstein

    In any given day, 8-month-old Anthony Esposito can be found clapping his hands, dancing, and chiming in to tunes pealing from his collection of videotapes. The Staten Island, N.Y., infant is apparently a big fan of the Baby Einstein series, with titles like Baby Mozart, Baby Shakespeare, and Languag

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  6. Breastfeeding Basics

    Ask any expert, and they'll tell you that breastfeeding is the most natural of a woman's mothering instincts -- an almost indescribable urge, some say, to both nurture and nourish your new born child. But as any experienced mom can tell you, the moves and motions of feeding a newborn might feel anyt

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  7. From Breast To Bottle: Weaning Your Baby

    As difficult as it is for some women to begin breastfeeding, it's even harder for others to say goodbye to nursing. While lifestyle and career demands can make it difficult to breastfeed as long as you would like, don't be surprised if weaning your baby presents even more challenges -- at least at t

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  8. A Mom's Right: Breastfeeding in Public

    For many women, the decision to breastfeed is an easy one. But figuring out the logistics of just how to fit nursing into a busy schedule can present another challenge entirely. The American Academy of Pediatrics advises at least six months of exclusive breastfeeding (that is, only mother's milk – n

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  9. Common Breastfeeding Problems

    Whether you are an experienced mom who has breastfed before, or a new mother nursing for the first time, you may run into a number of common problems. Although most are not serious enough to keep you from breastfeeding, some can make breastfeeding a more uncomfortable and less fulfilling process for

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  10. Your Nutritional Needs While Breastfeeding

    In addition, Hanna says it's also important to get enough protein and fat in your diet. Aim for at least three to five servings (1 ounce each) of fat a day. These could be vegetable oils, butter, or even mayonnaise. This, she says, will help your body to make a good supply of the super-fatty and sat

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