When a Wisconsin couple went into hospital for the birth of their baby it was not just mum who had an eventful night, dad had to step up in a way he never imagined. April Neubauer's delivery was not easy, she had pre-eclampsia, and high blood pressure. Then a seizure resulted in an emergency Caesarean section. As baby Rosalie was born on 26 June, April had another seizure, and was whisked away for further treatment and recovery, having not yet held her baby. We went to the nursery, I sat down and took off my shirt for some skin-to-skin time," he told the BBC. Me being a big joker with the ability to try just about anything once, I said sure, why not.
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The World Health Organisation and the UN children's agency, Unicef, say more needs to be done to inform parents of the risks of breast milk substitutes. Health experts at a conference in the Philippines say breastfeeding is better for children's health. The practice leads to lowered child mortality rates, doctors say. Delegates to the conference in the Philippines' capital, Manila, were told that in Cambodia, where breastfeeding has been promoted, the child mortality rate has dramatically fallen.
More new mums are opting to breastfeed but very few stick at it for long enough, latest UK figures reveal. The Infant Feeding Survey results from a poll of more than 10, women show 81 in every start breastfeeding, up from 76 in This rate has remained static for years, despite repeated public health messages about the importance of exclusive breastfeeding for six months for infant health. The data reveal three-quarters of mothers want to breastfeed and more than four in five say they are aware of the health benefits.