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Baby-Friendly e-Newsletter : Baby Friendly Watch (December 2021)

(如欲閱讀此文章的內容摘錄中文版本,請 按此 ) Please click here to download the PDF version of the whole article with images. The preview is at the bottom of this webpage.   Ensuring Staff Competency to Support Breastfeeding   Dr Patricia Ip Chairperson, Committee on Designation of Baby-Friendly Health Facilities, Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative Hong Kong Association (BFHIHKA)  ... Read More

(2021-12-01)

Tips on keeping your baby healthy and safe (Breastfeeding safely during the COVID-19 pandemic)

Breastfeeding safely during the COVID-19 pandemic Tips on keeping your baby healthy and safe –By UNICEF: https://www.unicef.org/eap/breastfeeding-during-covid-19   Breastmilk is the best source of nutrition for babies and protects them against illness. Disruption of breastfeeding can lead to a drop in milk supply, refusal by the infant to take the breast,... Read More

(2021-11-01)

Baby-Friendly e-Newsletter : Breastfeeding – We Care (Oct 2021)(Chinese Version Only)

Please click here to download the PDF version of the whole article with images. The preview is at the bottom of this webpage.   This page is only available in Traditional Chinese, please click here to continue  

(2021-10-15)

Baby-Friendly e-Newsletter : Infant and Toddler Feeding Case Files (Sept 2021)

(如欲閱讀此文章的內容摘錄中文版本,請 按此 ) Please click here to download the PDF version of the whole article with images. The preview is at the bottom of this webpage.   Strawberry Milk in the Early Postpartum Period   Ms Wong Nga Wai Agnes RN, IBCLC, Trainer (WHO BF course) Department of Nursery St. Paul's Hospital   Strawberry... Read More

(2021-09-01)

Breastfeeding safely during the COVID-19 pandemic

How to nourish your child following the latest expert guidance. –By UNICEF: https://www.unicef.org/coronavirus/breastfeeding-safely-during-covid-19-pandemic   If you're a mother or expecting, it is only natural to have questions about what is safest for your baby during the COVID-19 pandemic. Evidence is overwhelmingly in support of breastfeeding. The transmission of COVID-19 through breastfeeding or... Read More

(2021-07-30)