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Breast Of A Woman Is Made For Breastfeeding

RRP $803.99

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Now the same people who had a problem with this person feeding her child is probably comfortable with some form of perversion that is normal in this world. This book is a discussion about Breastfeeding Pro and Con. Like it or not it will not stop now or in the near future. Email me your comments for the next edition of this book at iamkingag@yahoo.com Thank You.


The Extended Breastfeeding Soldier

RRP $12.99

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A look at breastfeeding beyond the first year, and how this ancient practice is often viewed in modern Western society.


Infant Feeding Practices

RRP $29.99

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It's natural...It's unsightly...It's normal...It's dangerous. To breastfeed or not? For millions of women around the world, this personal decision is influenced by numerous social, cultural, and health factors. Infant Feeding Practices is the first book to delve into these factors from a global perspective, revealing striking similarities and differences from country to country. Dispatches from Asia, Australia, Africa, the U.K., and the U.S. explore as wide a gamut of salient issues affecting feeding practices as traditional beliefs about colostrums, "breast is best" campaigns, partner attitudes, workplace culture, direct government intervention, and the pressure to be a "good mother." Throughout these informative pages, women are seen balancing innovation and tradition to nurture healthy, thriving babies. A sampling of topics covered: * Policy versus practice in infant feeding. * Infant feeding in the age of AIDS. * Managing the lactating body: the view from the U.S. * Motherhood, work, and feeding. * The effects of migration on infant feeding. * From breastfeeding tradition to optimal breastfeeding practice. Infant Feeding Practices is a first-of-its-kind resource for researchers and practioners in maternal and child health, public health, global health, and cultural anthropology seeking empirical findings and culturally diverse information on this sensitive issue.


Breast Cancer

RRP $684.99

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Michael H. Torosian, MD, and a panel of physicians and clinical researchers critically synthesize the wide variety of treatment options available to create a state-of-the-art reference for the management of breast cancer patients. Writing from a multidisciplinary perspective, these authoritative contributors review in the light of the most recent findings the major clinical aspects of breast cancer, including, epidemiology and risk factors, breast imaging, biopsy techniques, breast-conserving surgery and reconstruction, mastectomy, and the latest developments in radiation, hormonal, and chemotherapy. Their expert discussion also addresses special clinical situations (adjuvant chemotherapy, axillary adenopathy as initial presentation, breast cancer during pregnancy, and sarcoma and lymphoma of the breast) and explains current clinical controversies (breast-conserving surgery without radiation therapy, axillary lymph node management, and management of internal mammary lymph nodes).


Relaxation For Breastfeeding!

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A woman's body is an amazing work of art crafted to adapt to nature's call for motherhood. Let Relaxation for Breastfeeding & Skin-To-Skin Infant Care guide you through a healthier breastfeeding experience. It is an excellent informative resource. Dr. Jon Marshall, Fitness Expert & Health Humanitarian Can breastfeeding mothers learn to relax? Do herbs boost milk production? Helpful hints for the breastfeeding spouse Nutrition tips for the breastfeeding mother Does skin-to-skin infant care enhance bonding? Can dads and grandparents bond with skin-to-skin infant care? Moms of newborns often find that they experience a range of emotions. Sometimes moms experience "postpartum blues" or even severe symptoms of depression. Learning to relax and rejuvenate can reduce worrisome thoughts and improve the breastfeeding experience. Whether she is nursing or expressing her milk, relaxation can be beneficial. This guidebook journal provides information to enhance the experience of breastfeeding and skin-to-skin infant care."



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