A new study will analyze the history of milk sharing and revival. The results of the study will be presented at the Meeting of the Pediatric Academy of Social Sciences (PAS) 2019 from April 24 to May 1 in Baltimore.
Wet nurses considered the safest and most popular alternative of food as a result of the deceleration of the possibilities, as a result of the decline in the profession. Nowadays, society is experiencing recovery in breastfeeding practices, through women with over-supply, to store and sell breast milk. Unlike nasty nursing, however, these interactions often go away from medical norms and examinations, once this practice was relatively safe.
"Breastfeeding practices lasted for centuries (as highlighted in this abstract), sharing online non-regulated milk presents safety concerns and is therefore recommended," said Ruth Milanaik, CEO, one of the authors. "Doctors should be aware of the recovery of this practice and encourage them to participate in the milk distribution of milk milk."
Breast-sharing practices can be placed between 2000s, soaked nurses were not biologically breastfeeding a child. At this time, wet nurses had an unmanageable role in feeding children to not feed their children. The wet nurse became a well-regulated profession, who had laws and contracts that regulated her practice, including the requirement to complete the medical examination before registering.
Although unhealthy, there was also a risk of transmitting illness due to the influence of motherhood and childhood on wet mothers, which reduced the socioeconomic status of many nurses. Despite these objections, hygienic bottles, suitable infant formulas and lack of food sterilization techniques (which allow milk storage) was the only safe alternative for the mother of mother-of-paternity for centuries. XVIII. And XIX. These centuries-old inventions were not combined with the historical mistrust of the humble nurse, but wet school nursing was successful.
Doctors need to understand the history of sharing milk – once it has played a role and its predecessor as a well-regulated profession – to defend the need for rules of support for patients and policy makers.
"This project was born as a result of another study we were studying for newborn parenting practices for newborns," said Nikita Sood, one of the researchers. "We thought it was important to study the history of this practice, to better understand the culture of milk distribution and share human milk safely."
Sood will present "Resurrection of Nurses Resurrection" on April 27, Saturday, at 8:00 AM EDT. Journalists interested in a conversation with Sood should be contacted [email protected] Please note that summary summaries are only presented. In some cases, researchers may have additional data to share with the media.
PAS 2019 The meeting brings together thousands of pediatricians and healthcare professionals to improve children's health and wellbeing around the world.
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