BHE433 BF M3 CASE REVISION

BHE433 BF M3 CASE REVISION - Breastfeeding Running Head:...

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Breastfeeding Running Head: BREASTFEEDING Breastfeeding Pamela Roberson TUI University 1
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Breastfeeding Breastfeeding reastfeeding refers to the act of providing mothers’ milk to infants for the purpose of nutrition. The most widely accepted definition of breastfeeding seems to accept infants/children extracting milk through sucking at their mothers’ breasts for the health benefit of the infant and mother (Biancuzzo, 2007). The act of a woman expressing milk from her breast with the intention of feeding her infant is referred to as breast milk fed, according to Le Leche League International. Understanding breastfeeding history, biology, research, policies, resources, potential problems, treatments, and environmental supports is beneficial to gaining a full understanding of breastfeeding. Prenatal care remains important to pregnant women to ensure their health and the health of the fetus, but levels and standards of care vary across continents (Black, 2008). Prenatal Care and Texas Law and the Barriers
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course BHE 433 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '10 term at Trident Technical College.

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BHE433 BF M3 CASE REVISION - Breastfeeding Running Head:...

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