Sep 15, 2018 - All major health organizations recommend breastfeeding as the optimal source of infant nutrition, with exclusive breastfeeding recommended for the first six months of life. After six months, complementary foods may be introduced. Most organizations recommend breastfeeding for at least ...
American Family Physician : Article
Aug 15, 2019 - This collection features AFP content on neonatology and newborn issues and related topics, including breastfeeding, circumcision, jaundice, newborn examination, newborn resuscitation, newborn screening, premature infant care, postpartum counseling, and well-child visits. This collection...
- Examination of a Newborn
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
- Heart Disease (Congenital) in Infants
- Hip Dysplasia (Congenital)
- Intestinal Obstruction
- Postpartum Counseling/First Well Child Visit
- Premature Infant/Outpatient Care of Former Premature Infant
- Respiratory Distress
- Resuscitation of a Newborn
- Screenings for Newborns
- Editorials and Letters
- Patient Education, Self-Care
- Other AFP Content
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Sep 1, 2018 - Feed thickeners decrease the number of reflux episodes in full-term formula-fed infants. Additionally, full-term formula-fed infants with GER who are given thickeners are more than twice as likely to be asymptomatic compared with infants not receiving thickeners at one to eight weeks of...
American Family Physician : Cochrane for Clinicians