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Nutrition of the newborn

Causes and How to Get Rid of Hiccups in a Newborn after Feeding

The problem that many parents face is hiccups in newborns after feeding. Consider the reasons for its appearance, risk factors and methods of treatment.

Teas and herbs for breastfeeding: what can be drunk and what are forbidden

During breastfeeding, women are forced to limit themselves not only in food, but also in beverages. Carbonated water, some juices and alcohol are strictly forbidden.

Lure for Komarovsky

Dr. Komarovsky got fame as one of the best and charismatic pediatricians of the post-Soviet period.

Feeding by months with breastfeeding

Today there is no consensus on which month and in what order to introduce the newborn to the feeding.

Complementary feeding schemes for breastfeeding

To date, there is no consensus on how and with which products to start feeding a newborn baby. The debate on this issue between specialists is ongoing.

Porridge for children under one year

The first porridges for children under one year should be low-allergenic and dairy-free. It is recommended for the first complementary meal to cook rice, buckwheat, oatmeal cereals.

Cranberry for children: can or not?

Cranberry for children is a colossal source of nutrients that strengthens children's immunity and improves metabolic processes in the body.

Contraindications to breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is contraindicated in cases of such diseases of the mother: oncological diseases; an open form of tuberculosis with bacilli; especially dangerous infections (smallpox, anthrax).

Breast milk is the ideal meal for a newborn

The full cycle of lactation includes: mammogenesis (advanced glands), lactogenesis (the emergence of milk secretion after childbirth) and lactopoiesis (development and support of milk production and allocation).

Mixed feeding of a child

Artificial and mixed feeding can and should be implemented only according to vital indications, that is, with the conviction of health workers, preferably their consultation, in the mother's inability to adequately lactate and the high risk of chronic child starvation.

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