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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

We talked last week about the value of breastfeeding for a baby's development. But getting the milk into the baby can seem difficult, at least at first, so here is some advice.

Breastfeeding should begin right after a baby is born. There may be experts at a hospital or other health center who can show a new mother several different positions for breastfeeding. A mother can get a painful back or neck if she leans over to feed her baby. Better to bring the baby to the breast instead. The baby's mouth should be open as wide as possible, so that all of the nipple and area around it fit inside. A baby should be fed often at the begining, usually about every two hours.

The Mayo Clinic in the United States also notes it is best to feed before a baby gets too hungry. Experts say that when a mother breastfeeds often, it helps increase her milk production. Women can learn more about breastfeeding from books or support groups or the Internet. But some mothers face difficult decisions. In developing countries, breastfeeding remains a leading way for babies to become infected with the AIDS virus. Yet formular mixed with dirty water can make a baby sick.

Earlier this week at a conference in Boston, AIDS experts reported good news. They said a study of about 2000 babies show that the drug Nevirapine can cut the risk of HIV infection through breastfeeding. Nevirapine is widely used in developing countries to prevent infected mothers from passing the virus to their babies during child brith. The babies are currently given Nevirapine just once at birth. But this is what the study found. Babies given Nevirapine daily for six weeks had about half the rate of HIV infections as those given only a single dose at birth. By six months of age, they still had almost 1/3 less risk of infection or death.

Scientists reported that six weeks of Nevirapine appear to be as safe as the single dose given under current guidelines. Teams from Johns Hopkins University in Maryland led the study with investigators from Ethiopia, India and Uganda.
In 2006, the United Nations changed its policies on breastfeeding by HIV infected mothers. The new advice supports breastfeeding for six months if mothers do not have money for basic foods or baby formula. The idea is that the benefits of breastfeeding are greater than /the/ risks. Experts say newborns who are not breast fed have five to seven times the risk of dying from pneumonia or diarrhea compared to breast fed babies.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Caty Weaver. I'm Faith Lapidus.
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This is the VOA special English health report.
We talked last week about the value of breast feeding for a baby’s development. But getting the milk into the baby can seem difficult at least at first here some advice. Breast feeding should begin right after a baby is formed. There may be experts and hospital or other health center who can show a new mother several different positions for breast feeding.
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This is VOA special English health report.
We talked last week about while you are breast feeding for a baby development. But getting the milk into the baby can seem difficult at lest at first. So here is some advice.
Breast feeding should begin right after a baby is born. There maybe experts at the hospital or other health center who can show a new mother several positions for breast feeding. A mother can get painful back or neck if she leans over to feed her baby.
Better to bring the baby to the breast instead, the baby’s mouth should be open as widely as possible, so that all of the nipple and area rounded fed inside.
A baby should be fed often at the beginning, usually every two hours. The male clinic in the united states also notes it is best to feed baby before it gets too hungry. Experts say that wh3en a mother breast feeds often it helps increase her milk production. Women can learn more about breast feeding form book, or support groups or the internet.
But some mother faces difficult decision. In developing countries, breast feeding remains a leading way for babies to become infected with AIDS virus. Yet formula mixed with dirty water can make a baby sick.
Early this week , at a conference of Boston aids experts reported good news. They said a study of 2000 babies shows the drug * can cut the risk of HIV infection through breastfeeding. * is widely used in developing countries to prevent infected mothers from passing the virus to their babies during child birth.
The babies are currently given * just once at birth. But this is what the study found. Babies given the * daily for six weeks had about half the rate of HIV infections as those given only single dose at birth,.
By six months age, they still had almost one third less risk of infection or death. Scientists reported that six weeks of * appear to be as safe as the single dose given on current guidelines.
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Experts say newborns who are not breastfed have 5 to 7 times the risk of die from * or * compared to breastfed babies.
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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

We talked last week about the value of breast feeding for a baby's development. But getting the milk into the baby can seem difficult at least at the first. So here is some advice.

Breast feeding should begin right after a baby is born. There may be experts in the hospital or other health center who can show a new mother several different positions for breast feeding. A mother can get a painful back or leg if she leans over to feed her baby. Better to bring the baby to the breast instead.

The baby's mouth should be open as wide as possible so that all of the nipple and area around it fill inside. A baby should be feed often at the beginning usually about every two hours. The main clinic in the United States also notes it is best feed before a baby gets too hungry.

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And that's the VOA Special English Health reaport written by Catty Weaver. I'm Faith Lapidus.
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