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*This is a book. The authoritative guide to preventing and solving breastfeeding problems.
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Kathleen Huggins, R.N., M.S., is a certified lactation professional who directs a breastfeeding clinic in San Luis Obispo, California. She is also the co-author of The Nursing Mother's Guide to Weaning.From Library Journal:
While excellent books on the benefits of nursing abound, the author of this detailed, thorough guide "set out . . . to provide mothers with a practical guide for easy reference throughout the nursing period." Indeed, her work does stand apart from others which tend to offer only general advice. Huggins, a nurse, covers every aspect of breastfeeding with specific step-by-step instructions to guide women to success in an area often fraught with uncertainty and anxiety. All stages are covered from the first week through weaning the older baby. There is an excellent appendix on the safety of drugs during nursing. Also included are sections addressing postpartum care and special needs of preemies and Caesarian births, all written in a reassuring style. Highly recommended. Debra Berlanstein, Tow son State Univ. Lib., Baltimore
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