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WOW – Bullying and Breastmilk

WOW Factors of Breastfeeding

Indeed, many researchers and clinicians feel that the maternal-child attachment provides the working framework for all subsequent relationships that the child will develop.  A solid and healthy attachment with a primary care giver appears to be associated with a high probability of healthy relationships with others while poor attachment with the mother or primary caregiver appears to be associated with

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WOW – The Emotional Glue

WOW Factors of Breastfeeding

The most important property of humankind is the capacity to form and maintain relationships. These relationships are absolutely necessary for any of us to survive, learn, work, love and procreate.  Human relationships take many forms but the most intense, most pleasurable and most painful are those relationships with family, friends and loved ones.  Within this inner circle of intimate relationships,

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Breastfeeding during Emergencies

Breastfeeding During Emergency

Protect and Support Lactating Mothers Natural disasters, manmade catastrophes, pandemics, and individual disasters may occur anytime without warning.  During these extraordinary and unplanned situations the health and wellbeing of humans are at risk and the most vulnerable population is infants and children.  During a disaster: Disease and death rates for children under 5 are higher than any group. 90% of

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WOW – Bonding and Attachment

WOW Factors of Breastfeeding

We talk about Bonding and Attachment in the first few hours of life with importance. Bonding is the process of forming attachment.  Bonding, therefore, involves a set of behaviors that will help lead to an emotional connection (attachment). But how important is it?  What is the ultimate outcome of not bonding and no attachment?  Ultimately those that are bulling or

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