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Breastfeeding - Frequently Asked Questions Breastfeeding - Frequently Asked Questions
from Dr. R. K. Anand's Guide to Child Care
For pregnant mothers and parents of infants, young children, and teenagers. This handbook offers a definitive guide to the parent on pregnancy and childrearing from infancy to the teenage years. Authored by one of India's foremost paediatricians and an internationally renowned authority on breastfeeding, the book combines a knowledge of traditional childrearing practices with the latest medical developments in child care.

Download this FAQ section in pdfBreastfeeding - Dr. R. K. Anand's Guide to Child CareEnglish

The following Frequently Asked Questions publications are from LINKAGES Project. Click here for a complete list of their publications.

Breastfeeding and HIV/ AIDS- Frequently Asked Questions Breastfeeding and HIV/ AIDS- Frequently Asked Questions
Reviews the latest information on the transmission of HIV via breastfeeding and provides programmatic guidance for field activities. Languages Available: English (04/2004), French (05/2004), Spanish (05/2002)
Download pdfkindly select language of pdf file to downloadEnglish, French, Spanish | 6 Pages - Size: 123.15 KB
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Breastfeeding and Maternal Nutrition- Frequently Asked Questions Breastfeeding and Maternal Nutrition- Frequently Asked Questions
Focuses on the impact of maternal nutrition on breastmilk quantity and quality, the nutritional requirements of lactating women, the impact of breastfeeding on maternal health, and implications of this information for programs.

Languages Available: English (07/2004), French (05/2000), Spanish (04/2003)
Download pdfkindly select language of pdf file to downloadEnglish, French, Spanish | 6 Pages - Size: 121.56 KB
Alternate on-site download Breastfeeding and Maternal NutritionEnglish
Exclusive Breastfeeding: The Only Water Source Young Infants Need - Frequently Asked Questions Exclusive Breastfeeding: The Only Water Source Young Infants Need - Frequently Asked Questions
Discusses the nutritional and health consequences of giving infants water during the first six months, and the role of breastfeeding in meeting an infant’s water requirements.

Languages Available: English (06/2004), French (06/2004), Spanish, Portuguese (10/2002)
Download pdfkindly select language of pdf file to downloadEnglish, French, Spanish, Portuguese | 8 Pages - Size: 123.65 KB
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Mother-to-Mother Support for Breastfeeding- Frequently Asked Questions Mother-to-Mother Support for Breastfeeding- Frequently Asked Questions
Focuses on a support group method where experienced breastfeeding mothers model optimal breastfeeding practices, share information and experiences, and offer support to other women in an atmosphere of trust and respect.

Languages Available: English (04/2004), French (08/1999), Spanish (08/1999)
Download pdfkindly select language of pdf file to downloadEnglish, French, Spanish | 4 Pages - Size: 102.7 KB
Alternate on-site download Mother-to-Mother Support for breastfeedingEnglish
The Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM)- Frequently Asked Questions The Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM)- Frequently Asked Questions
Focuses on LAM as a modern, temporary family planning method for women who breastfeed, and is addressed to the child survival and family planning health care providers. Languages Available: English (09/2001), French (05/2000), Spanish (05/2000)
Download pdfkindly select language of pdf file to downloadEnglish, French, Spanish | 6 Pages - Size: 234.86 KB
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