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    The scientific evidence supporting breastfeeding is indisputable. UNICEF and WHO is calling upon hospitals worldwide to implement a new ten-step breastfeeding initiative. In a joint press release between the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF, the organizations issued a new ten-step...
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    A new study suggests that the consumption of soy-based formulas may cause reproductive changes in female infants, including advanced sexual maturity of their vaginal cells. Approximately 25% of formula-fed infants consume soy-based formula. Soy-based formulas have gained in popularity as an...
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    While formula is unable to replicate much of the components in breast milk, formula has been able to save countless infant lives. We are fortunate to live in a time when we have a breast milk substitute that, while not the same as breast milk, is an adequate alternative. Certainly, less than a...
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