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Neo era has brought with it growing concerns on the correlation between infant feeding methods and their influence on the occurence of morbidity.
The author wishes to share findings on the correlation of infant feeding (exclusive breastfeeding or exclusive formula feeding)and morbidity described as diarrhoea and/or respiratory infections.
Research shows distintly correlation of infant feeding, diarrhoea and / or respiratory infections by six months but not much investigated in the early growth and development.
The analysis in this research sheds some light on exciting findings which would influence policies in relation to infant feeding.
This book would be especially useful to parents wishing to make informed choices, nutritionists, paeditricians, midwives, child health institutions and more importantly anyone else wishing to contribute on Millenium Development Goal to 'reduce infant and child mortality'.
M'Rithaa, Master Curationis (MCUR):Advanced Midwifery and Neonatal Nursing at the University of the Western Cape, Cape Town South Africa.
Program Coordinator and Advanced Midwifery and Neonatal Nursing University of Stellenbosh, Cape Town South Africa.
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