Next time baby visits the doctor, you might notice some friendly changes. Thanks to new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, parents will be milking only the best breastfeeding support from pediatricians during visits.
These new guidelines ask pediatricians to establish a written “breastfeeding-friendly” office practice and train staff on how to support breastfeeding mothers. Plus, all offices should have a lactation room for both breastfeeding staff and parents of patients.
There may also be a new face in office. Guidelines encourage clinicians to have at least one breastfeeding…
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