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    Changing the Culture of Postpartum Skin-to-Skin Contact to Increase Breastfeeding Rates

    Dr. Phillips will present in this webcast with narration on the physiologic benefits of early skin to skin contact for mother and infant. By understanding the instinctive behaviors of newborns during their first hours of life, Dr. Phillips will offer strategies on how early skin to skin contact...

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    The Ultimate Marathon Supporting Optimal Milk Supply for Pump-Dependent Mothers in the NICU

    Breastfeeding plays many roles in the growth and development of a preterm infant. One of a nutritional agent, a therapeutic agent for protection from disease, a programming agent for the genetic and biologic pathways in development, and a powerful mechanism for bonding and attachment between...

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