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Breastfeeding

While a baby can grow and develop on formula, breastfeeding affords both physiological and psychological advantages for baby, as well as mother, that formula cannot begin to approximate. The decision to breastfeed or bottlefeed is not simply a matter of personal preference.



Myth: Mothers Know Instinctively How to Breastfeed.
Myth: Formula Feeding Is Almost as Good as Breastfeeding
Myth: Weaning Before Age Two Is Natural and Normal

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