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UNICEF Mali – Child Survival and Development – Health

Exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life significantly increases a child’s chance to thrive. Pregnancy, Neonatal and Infancy- Boosting Child Survival and Development Since 2001 under-five mortality in Mali has significantly decreased, from 229 to 191 per 1,000 live births. This 17 per cent reduction in child mortality is
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2008: Child survival – UNICEF

§ adequate nutrition, particularly in the form of early and exclusive breastfeeding during the first six months of life § complementary feeding combined with continued breastfeeding for at least two more years
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Breastfed babies have best survival rates – Medical Xpress

Breastfed babies have best survival rates August 1, 2006 A study, released in New York by the U.N. Children’s Fund, indicates breastfeeding protects infants from diseases. The U.N. agency said a breastfed child in a developing nation is nearly three times more likely to survive infancy than a child who is not breastfed. The report was released Tuesday, …
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Breast Tumor Size and Cancer Survival Statistics | Susan …

Learn what the research shows about the breast cancer survival compared to the tumor size.
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Breastfeeding – Jennifer Hautman – Hpathy.com

Jennifer Hautman writes about the benefits of breastfeeding along with some problems and how they can be helped with homeopathy.
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