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Postpartum stress: current concepts and the possible protective role of breastfeeding

Author: Groer MW, Davis MW, Hemphill
Resource type: Research

Groer MW, Davis MW, Hemphill J. Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Neonatal Nursing 2002; 31: 411-417.

Breastfeeding may assist mothers to cope better with their difficult circumstances as breastfeeding decreases mothers’ response to both physical and psychological stress.

This paper is not available in this resource library at present. The reader might be interested in looking at: Gribble K, Infant feeding in the post Indian Ocean tsunami context: reports, theory and action. Birth Issues 2005, 14: 121-127, which refers to this paper. It is available in this library see: Asia, tsunami, 2004: Infant feeding in the post Indian Ocean tsunami context: reports, theory and action. PAPER. Click Tsunami tag.

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