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The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) now recommends avoiding giving children fruit juice during the first year of life. Find out why, here. Read More
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The Royal College of Paediatrics in the UK has recommended kids be taught about breastfeeding in schools, in an attempt to revive dire breastfeeding rates. Read More
The birth support team surrounding a woman in labour have a huge impact on the outcome of the labour. Often, it takes more than just the partner. Read More