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Author by : The Province of British Columbia, Ministry for Children and Families Languange Used : en Release Date : 2003-05-06 Publisher by : Wiley ISBN : 0771575726 File Size : 54,6 Mb Total Download : 810
Baby's Best Chance: Parents' Handbook of Pregnancy and Baby Care Here, in one easy-to-read handbook, are the answers you will need during pregnancy and the early days at home with your newborn. This popular sourcebook, now in its fifth edition, offers essetial information on more than 70 key topics. You'll find out: How to choose a health care provider What to expect during prenatal visits How your unborn baby is developing What you should eat during pregnancy How you can stay in shape physically Ways for fathers-to-be to cope with their concerns Ways to be more comfortable during labour How t
Author by : British Columbia. Ministry of Health Languange Used : en Release Date : 2010-03 Publisher by : ISBN : 0772662517 File Size : 46,5 Mb Total Download : 555
The first edition of Baby's best chance: parent's handbook of pregnancy and baby care was published in 1979. It has been revised to give parents easy to read information, based on best practices and evidence, to ensure a healthy pregnancy and baby. The fourth revision, sixth edition of Baby's best chance has been revised to meet the Baby-Friendly Initiative criteria. The Baby-Friendly Initiative (BFI) is a global program of the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF to increase hospital and community support for promoting, supporting, and protecting breastfeeding. Accepted criteria have be