Breastfeeding and Media

Breastfeeding and Media Author Katherine A. Foss
ISBN-10 9783319564425
Release 2017-06-17
Pages 183
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This book centers on the role of media in shaping public perceptions of breastfeeding. Drawing from magazines, doctors’ office materials, parenting books, television, websites, and other media outlets, Katherine A. Foss explores how historical and contemporary media often undermine breastfeeding efforts with formula marketing and narrow portrayals of nursing women and their experiences. Foss argues that the media’s messages play an integral role in setting the standard of public knowledge and attitudes toward breastfeeding, as she traces shifting public perceptions of breastfeeding and their corresponding media constructions from the development of commercial formula through contemporary times. This analysis demonstrates how attributions of blame have negatively impacted public health approaches to breastfeeding, thus confronting the misperception that breastfeeding, and the failure to breastfeed, rests solely on the responsibility of an individual mother.



Breast Feeding Early Influences on Later Health

Breast Feeding  Early Influences on Later Health Author Gail Ruth Goldberg
ISBN-10 9781402087493
Release 2008-11-27
Pages 428
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Breast-Feeding: Early Influences on Later Health is a new book which draws together areas of research in early lifel programming of adult health, with a unique focus on the post-natal period in terms of early life programming particularly the extent to which differences in infant feeding practices can lay an indelible imprint on metabolism and behaviour, and hence affect later function and risk of disease. This is an area where there is much less information currently available than there is for fetal programming, and the book raises many new questions and highlights numerous areas where further research is needed. The book chapters are arranged in three core sections: Chapters 1-4 lay down some of the basic biology of early life development; Chapters 5-9 examine how breast-milk and breast-feeding might ‘programme’ these processes by acting as modulators of development; Chapters 10-17 examine the epidemiological evidence that such effects do indeed exist. In addition the book includes unique chapters on the Evolution of human lactation and complementary feeding, The Macy-György Prize Lecture ‘My Milky Way’, updates on HIV and Breast-Feeding and on Early breastfeeding cessation and infant mortality in low-income countries, and measuring trace immune factors in human milk, all important topics that have such a critical impact on child health and survival in many countries.



Breastfeeding Media and Culture

Breastfeeding  Media and Culture Author Emma Mohamad
ISBN-10 OCLC:870421758
Release 2011
Pages 534
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Breastfeeding Media and Culture has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Breastfeeding Media and Culture also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Breastfeeding Media and Culture book for free.



Breastfeeding Rights in the United States

Breastfeeding Rights in the United States Author Karen M. Kedrowski
ISBN-10 0275991369
Release 2008
Pages 175
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Breastfeeding Rights in the United States offers the most detailed critical analysis of breastfeeding law and policy to date, including an examination of their larger social contexts.



CDC Guide to Breastfeeding Interventions

CDC Guide to Breastfeeding Interventions Author
ISBN-10 IND:30000125980809
Release 2005
Pages 67
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CDC Guide to Breastfeeding Interventions has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from CDC Guide to Breastfeeding Interventions also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full CDC Guide to Breastfeeding Interventions book for free.



Breastwork

Breastwork Author Alison Bartlett
ISBN-10 0868409693
Release 2005
Pages 207
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Breastwork delivers an original and personal approach to a near-universal practice and doesn't shy from controversy or controversial topics, such as sexual desire and breastfeeding. It features a broad range of illustrations from Renaissance paintings of mother and child (Madonna del Latte) to Jerry Hall breastfeeding on the cover of Vanity Fair and Kate Langbroek breastfeeding on The Panel to a banned New Zealand health poster of a man breastfeeding at work.



Lactation

Lactation Author Margaret Neville
ISBN-10 9781461336884
Release 2013-11-11
Pages 466
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This book had its genesIs In the frustrations of the editors in locating authoritative, up-to-date material for an interdisciplinary graduate course in mammary gland biology, lactation, and breast-feeding. As we turned to the original literature several reasons for the dearth of usable material became clear: (1) In the areas of mammary gland biology and physiology, particularly as they relate to the human, reviews simply have not kept up with current research, which has in the last two decades provided tremendous insight into the mechanisms of milk secretion and its control. (2) The lack of interest in human milk as infant food inhibited researchers until very recently from investigating human lactation. (3) Much of the relevant clinical information remains anecdotal with little scientific basis. In this book we have tried to present the fundamentals of mammary gland physiology at the organismic and cellular levels in a form readily understood by physicians, scientists, and other professionals. This basic information is accompanied by authoritative reviews of the nutritional and immunological properties of human milk and by clinically relevant chapters designed to help health care professionals deal with the medical problems of the breast-feeding mother and her infant. We have strived in these chapters for up-to-date, authoritative, but readable accounts. In so far as possible we have avoided areas where much of our understanding rests on speculation. In the clinical domain this was not always possible because of a lack of solid, scientific information about breast-feeding.



Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding Author Suzanne Fredregill
ISBN-10 1598693328
Release 2007-06-22
Pages 256
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You may feel like life is just one mini-crisis after another, but don't despair. With Mommy Rescue Guides, relief is at your fingertips! These quick, easy-to-use guides provide issue-specific solutions and advice that you can count on when you need it most. While breastfeeding can be the greatest natural bonding experience for you and your child, it oftentimes comes with aches, pains, and questions! Mommy Rescue Guide: Breastfeeding will provide relief so that you can make the most of this very special time. This resourceful guide shows you how to: get your baby to nurse eliminate pain wean at the best time and much, much, more Mommy Rescue Guide: Breastfeeding will answer all of your questions and make feeding time totally stress-free! AUTHOR: Suzanne Fredregill is a Certified Breastfeeding Educator, a Certified DONA Doula, a Certified Infant massage Instructor, a Certified Childbirth Educator, and a Licensed Master of Social Work. Kim Tweedy is a registered nurse with a B.S.N. degree, a breastfeeding educator, and childbirth educator. She works full time as a Perinatal Support Specialist in the maternal-child health arena.



Human Immunodeficiency Virus type 1 HIV 1 and Breastfeeding

Human Immunodeficiency Virus type 1  HIV 1  and Breastfeeding Author Athena P. Kourtis
ISBN-10 9781461422518
Release 2012-03-28
Pages 315
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The HIV pandemic continues to levy a heavy burden on the human race world-wide. The estimated number of people who became newly infected with HIV in 2009 was 2.6 million; most of these individuals live in Sub-Saharan Africa, followed by India and Southeast Asia. An estimated 370,000 new cases of pediatric infections occurred globally in 2009 (or more than 1,000 new infections every day), practically all of them through mother-to-child transmission. Up to 40% of all new infant HIV infections occur during breastfeeding. While breastfeeding by HIV-infected mothers is not recommended in the U.S. and other resource-rich settings where safe replacement feeding is easily available, the situation is different in many resource-limited settings, where replacement feeding is not safe or available and carries a high risk of infections (diarrhea, pneumonia) and infant malnutrition. Mothers in such settings are faced with a difficult dilemma: to breastfeed their infants in order to provide their infants with its many benefits (nutritional, immunologic, cognitive), but to also risk transmitting HIV. These challenges have prompted an intensive search for new prophylactic and therapeutic strategies in order to prevent infants from acquiring HIV infection through breastfeeding. In this book, expert HIV researchers critically review every aspect of this highly evolving and topical subject. The opening chapters deal with the epidemiology, global magnitude and biologic mechanisms of HIV-1 transmission from mother to child through breastfeeding and include considerations of the virus (quantity, compartments, characteristics) and the host (genetic, immunity-innate, cellular, humoral). The effects of breastfeeding on the HIV-infected mother’s health and nutritional status, and the social and cultural issues associated with the practice of breastfeeding are also discussed. The next few chapters provide cutting-edge reviews of the latest approaches to prevention of HIV transmission to the infant through breastfeeding, including antiretroviral strategies, nutritional and immune-based approaches, and treatment of expressed breast milk. The remaining chapters provide a fascinating review of the many iterations this subject has received, as reflected in the several different sets of guidelines for infant feeding by HIV-infected mothers issued by the World Health Organization, and a debate by leading scientists on whether HIV-infected mothers should breastfeed their infants-in resource-limited and in resource-rich settings. A comprehensive overview of the current state of implementing the new evidence for prevention of breastfeeding transmission of HIV all over the world is also presented. Essential reading for the many disciplines of scientists and clinicians working on HIV/AIDS and other retroviruses, pediatricians, obstetricians/gynecologists, as well as all health-care professionals interested in expanding their understanding on the subject.



Community Public Health in Policy and Practice

Community Public Health in Policy and Practice Author Sarah Cowley
ISBN-10 9780702028083
Release 2008
Pages 377
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Deals with the field of community public health. This book reflects the positive emphasis on developing and describing various services in relation to their purpose and client/user group.



Short and Long Term Effects of Breast Feeding on Child Health

Short and Long Term Effects of Breast Feeding on Child Health Author Berthold Koletzko
ISBN-10 9780306468308
Release 2006-04-11
Pages 448
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Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation (ISRHML), October 2-6, 1999, Bavaria, Germany. The quality of infant feeding is of major importance for child health development and well being, and breast feeding is the natural form of supplying food to the infant and is considered to be ideally adapted to the needs of both mother and child. This contributed volume therefore, brings together the research on the physiological foundations and on the biological effects of breast feeding, both short and long term. This book contains the work of scientists from over thirty countries, many of whom are leading researchers in their fields, and details papers presented by the invited speakers of the conference and short summaries of presentations of original research results.



Diabetes in Women

Diabetes in Women Author Agathocles Tsatsoulis
ISBN-10 160327250X
Release 2009-09-18
Pages 464
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Gender differences impact the pathophysiology and clinical burden of diabetes in women. Exploring the complex interplay between gender and diabetes, Diabetes in Women provides a state-of-the-art update from conception to menopause and beyond. Written by experts in the field, Diabetes in Women covers sex differences in cardiometabolic risk, the impact of diabetes on women’s health, diabetes and pregnancy, offspring of the diabetic mother and the disease management of women with diabetes. Chapters include up to date information on cardiometabolic risk in women throughout the lifecycle and the differences between sexes in energy balance and body composition. Prominent authors also explore the impact of poverty and globalization on the emerging epidemic of obesity in developing countries. Designed for primary care and internal medicine physicians, endocrinologists, obstetricians and gynecologists, and trainees and basic scientists in these areas, Diabetes in Women is an invaluable resource and important contribution to the field.



Ethnographies of Breastfeeding

Ethnographies of Breastfeeding Author Tanya Cassidy
ISBN-10 9781472569264
Release 2015-01-29
Pages 288
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Breastfeeding is an intimate and deeply rooted bodily practice, as well as a highly controversial sociocultural process which invokes strong reactions from advocates and opponents. Touching on a wide range of issues such as reproduction, sexuality, power and resources, and maternal and infant health, the controversies and cultural complexities underlying breastfeeding are immense. Ethnographies of Breastfeeding features the latest research on the topic. Some of the leading scholars in the field explore variations in breastfeeding practices from around the world. Based on empirical work in areas such as Brazil, West Africa, Darfur, Ireland, Italy, France, the UK and the US, they examine the cross-cultural challenges facing mothers feeding their infants. Reframing the traditional nature/culture debate, the book moves beyond existing approaches to consider themes such as surrogacy, the risk of milk banks, mother-to-mother sharing networks facilitated by social media, and the increasing bio-medicalization of breast milk, which is leading its transformation from process to product. A highly important contribution to global debates on breast milk and breastfeeding.



Psychology and Sociology Applied to Medicine

Psychology and Sociology Applied to Medicine Author Beth Alder
ISBN-10 9780702048203
Release 2011-11-29
Pages 192
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This textbook in the Illustrated Colour Text series offers an integrated treatment of sociology and psychology for medical students. It is presented in a much more colourful and graphic format than is usual for books on these two subjects. This integration reflects the tendency to teach these two subjects together as “behavioural science , with an increased stress on the place of medicine in society, and on illness as a product of psychological and social circumstances rather than merely a biological phenomenon. The book reflects these trends and has been successful and popular with students. This third edition contains a new introduction on the importance and key features of the biopsychosocial model and additional double-page spreads on International Health and Rural Health.



Social Influences on Breastfeeding Behaviors

Social Influences on Breastfeeding Behaviors Author Rhonda I. Trust-Schwartz
ISBN-10 OCLC:781862595
Release 2011
Pages 252
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Social Influences on Breastfeeding Behaviors has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Social Influences on Breastfeeding Behaviors also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Social Influences on Breastfeeding Behaviors book for free.



Early Nutrition Programming and Health Outcomes in Later Life Obesity and beyond

Early Nutrition Programming and Health Outcomes in Later Life  Obesity and beyond Author Berthold Koletzko
ISBN-10 9781402091735
Release 2009-01-31
Pages 196
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Obesity has reached epidemic proportions globally and presents a major challenge to policy makers and clinicians alike. Recent research has suggested that obesity has its origins in early life and that early diet can programme a developing fetus’ and young infant’s future susceptibility to obesity. This volume contains recent findings presented at the International Conference on Early Nutrition Programming and Health Outcomes in Later Life: Obesity and Beyond - a satellite meeting of the 15th European Congress on Obesity, held in Budapest in April 2007. Basic scientific research, data from epidemiological studies and clinical trial results were all presented during the programme. This volume includes articles discussing the evidence for an effect of early nutrition programming on later obesity and cardiovascular risk; the growing evidence for an intergenerational cycle of obesity; the role of maternal leptin in programming appetite; possible cellular mechanisms for altered energy balance, including mitochondrial programming and the effects of regulators of metabolism; and how epigenetic changes might be the fundamental underlying mechanism explaining programming effects. Consumer understanding of the concept of early nutrition programming and the extent to which early nutrition programming is taken into account in infant feeding policies are also discussed.



Breastfeeding the Newborn

Breastfeeding the Newborn Author Marie Biancuzzo
ISBN-10 0323017452
Release 2003
Pages 545
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This practical resource provides the scientific basis and the "how-to" techniques to help the mother establish a milk supply and to confirm that the newborn is breastfeeding successfully before discharge. Promoting breastfeeding at the personal, interpersonal, and system levels, this second edition delivers evidence-based care across the health-illness continuum. Brief overviews of pathophysiology are included to enable readers to quickly develop physical assessment skills, make practical recommendations to the mother, and verify that the recommendations achieved the desired results. Clinical case scenarios help the reader think through realistic situations to generate possible management strategies. Easy-to-read content supports breastfeeding promotion during pregnancy and offers practical tips for breastfeeding management during the first month of life. Actual clinical scenarios are included to stimulate critical thinking and breastfeeding management strategies. Interviewing techniques and physical assessment guidelines are provided to enhance breastfeeding initiation and continuation. Strategies to support breastfeeding for multiple or preterm births are offered. Research Highlights discuss key studies related to the clinical area. A new chapter on Strategies for Breastfeeding the Preterm Newborn presents important issues and concerns related to this critical time in the newborn's life. Expanded information on Disease Implications and Risks-Benefits of Pharmacologic and Herbal Therapies stresses the importance of understanding therapeutic care alternatives and their implications for successful breastfeeding.