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Breastfeeding Tips Lesson on 10th of August, 2013
Clearchung posted:
Breastfeeding is the best and safest way to feed baby,also it is the most scientific way of feeding.As the melamine occur,now breastfeeding become the best choice of feeding.For the pregnancy mummy do you know that,there is some Scientific tips to breastfeed. Grasping the Scientific tips that you can keep your baby healthy growth and development,also it can avoid sagging breasts. On the contrary, improper ways of breastfeeding has the hidden existence of baby health.
The lesson about breastfeeding Tips will be on 10th of August,2013, which is given by senior care specialist in obstetrics and gynecology of Shenzhen HOME Women's and Children's Hospital. The hospital is the first hospital which passed JCI accreditation in Shenzhen! Please join us and sign up quickly!
Activity type: Harvard Mummy Camp
Activity time:15:00 to 17:00PM,August 10th 2013
Location: The multi-function hall on the fourth floor of Shenzhen HOME Women's and Children's Hospital.
Activity Theme: Breastfeeding Tips
Registration Tel: 0755-33919133
Health Consultation Mobile No.: 86-15989599677
Specialist: Jing Qiongling, Chief Superintendent Nurse, Director of Nursing Dept
Hubei Provincial Professional Committee of Nursing on Obstetric & Gynecology. Hubei senior members of the jury.
Chief Editor of Nursing Profession & Technology, who has published 20 articles on national and provincial professional journals.
Working on midwife and nursing management for over 30 years, with rich clinical experience on observation on birth progress and abnormal birth process.
Ps: You can have a "face to face"talk with our doctors, everyone will have a chance to get a special gift from HOME Hospital.
The highlights of this activity:
1. Understand the benefits of breastfeeding
2. Breastfeeding Tips
3. Breastfeeding posture
4. Reasonable nutrition for babies
5. Free snacks and fruits will be provided.
6. Professional obstetric care specialists answering solution for you!
Free Gift:
1. For the mummy who did the registration will get one gift from HOME hospital.
2. For the mummy who win the lucky draw will get one more gift!
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