Includes bibliographical and index.
|Other titles||Breastfeeding, child health, and child spacing.|
|Statement||edited by Valerie Hull and Mayling Simpson.|
|Contributions||Hull, Valerie J., Simpson, Mayling.|
|LC Classifications||RJ216 .B778 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||85009688|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Breastfeeding, child health and child spacing: an overview / by V. Hull and M. Simpson --Ethnopediatrics and fertility among the Amele of lowland Papua New Guinea / by Carol L. Jenkins and Peter F. Heywood --Infant feeding practices in rural Kenya / . about the conclusions in any book on infant feeding, the publication of which was partly underwritten by a company that produces infant formula. Breastfeeding, Child Health and Child Spacing is an edited volume, with contri- butions from eight ethnographic field stud- ies in Papua New Guinea, Kenya, Mexico, Java, Iran, Thailand, Australia, and Can-. Book: Breastfeeding, child health and child spacing: cross-cultural perspectives. pppp. Abstract: An introductory chapter is followed by 8 anthropological case studies from lowland Papua New Guinea papua new guinea Subject Category: Geographic Entities. Breastfeeding and Child Spacing. Breastfeeding is an inexpensive, natural source of nature’s perfectly defined food for infants. In addition to optimal nutrition, breastfeeding provides infants with natural immunity to childhood diseases through antibodies in the mother’s milk, thereby increasing health and decreasing mortality.
People have been spacing child births for thousands of years through withdrawal, abstinence, and breastfeeding. In recent years, a great deal of attention has focussed on breastfeeding, which has the dual advantage of protecting the health of young children and delaying the return to fertility of new mothers. The Ecology of Natural Mothering: Classic Edition of Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing Is With Us Again! This book changed my life. And not only my life, but the lives of hundreds of other mothers and children too! I came across this edition ten years ago in my public library, when I was a year-old attorney, pregnant with my first baby. health professionals due to the health benefits to the child is in itself a method by which child spacing is enhanced. Migrant women from sub-Saharan Africa who migrate to western countries have come to realize that due to economic hardships and the need for women to participate in the labour force. Being away from theFile Size: 2MB. Yes, as long as you nurse according to the rules of natural child spacing. The same hormones that make milk suppress the release of reproductive hormones. While breastfeeding full-time most mothers do not ovulate and do not have menstrual periods. This means that you can’t get pregnant, at least for a while.
Read "Breastfeeding, Child Health and Child Spacing, Cross‐cultural Perspective (Book)., Sociology of Health & Illness" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. If both are in good health, breastfeeding can provide an important bonding experience between mother and child. But breastfeeding has another benefit as well: suppressing ovulation and delaying the return of menstruation, which effectively acts as a natural contraceptive to increase child : Rebecca Sundhagen. The presence of lactational amenorrhoea cannot be fully relied upon to protect the individual mother against becoming pregnant. Nevertheless, the use of breast-feeding as a birth-spacing mechanism has important implications for global health by: 7. 1.) Have a written breastfeeding policy that is routinely communicated to all health care staff. 2.) Train all health care staff in skills necessary to implement this policy. 3.) Inform all pregnant women about the benefits and management of breastfeeding. 4.) Help mothers initiate breastfeeding within one hour of birth. 5.).