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WATCH: Breastfeeding Sensitisation For Expectant & Nursing Mothers

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The month of August is designated as Breastfeeding Month in Saint Lucia.

As a result, the Ministry of Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs has been sparing no effort to ensure that nursing and expectant  get the right information about breastfeeding.

Julita Peter tells us more in this report:

 

SOURCE: Ministry of Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Breast feeding mother should drink a tea spoon of virgin coconut oil every day morning and afternoon. It help increase the quality of milk your body produce. Lauric acid no science can replicate it as yet.

  2. NOW CHECK THE PIC THEY PUT, COULD NOT FIND A BETTER PIC, AND WHY SO CLOSE UP.THE MEDIA HAS NO RESPECT SOMETIMES . NOT ALL WOMEN BREAST FEEDING LOOK LIKE THAT. THIS IS NOT REPRESENTING ALL WOMEN. THE PERSON LOOKS LIKE A CHILD WITH A CHILD .

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