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Prepare for Disasters - Special information for families with infants or anyone caring for newborns

Author: March of Dimes
Resource type: Other

A web page stating the needs of pregnant and lactating women during emergencies. Has reference to the importance of breastfeeding and reference to La Leche and other breastfeeding support. Recommends using ready-to-use formula and other advice.

www.marchofdimes.com/printableArticles/159_16943.asp

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