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Infant Feeding in Emergencies article: Breastfeeding is the safest option

Author: Australian Breastfeeding Association
Year: 2006
Resource type: News

Article that explains why breastfeeding is the safest infant feeding option in emergencies. The article highlights a helpline people can phone, the myths and links to other websites for more information.

www.breastfeeding.asn.au/media/200306.pdf

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Australian Breastfeeding Association (2006). Infant Feeding in Emergencies article: Breastfeeding is the safest option. www.ennonline.net/bfsafestoption