Breastfeeding article from Stanford Medical Centre


A Perfect Latch

Physicians and other health professionals who care for infants frequently feel the pressure of time when faced with a mother who is having difficulty with breastfeeding. Many breastfeeding problems, though, can be avoided or improved with some simple tips and hands-on help with latching on. In this video, Dr. Jane Morton demonstrates how effective assistance can be given in just 15 minutes.

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