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Thursday, November 1, 2007

Information off the Internet

I often have new breastfeeding mothers ask me about information they read on the Internet.
Two things (I can think of right now) to watch out for:

1. If the information is surrounded by ads in violation of the WHO code (bottles and formula) the information is probably not going to be helpful in your attempts to breastfeed-- the articles and ads probably reinforce each others purpose to sell you formula.

2. If an informative article or post does not use the authors real name or identity (ei... many popular forums use decorative factitious signatures), take it for entertainment. Why not sign with your real name if the information or opinion is valid?

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