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Nutrition
Maternal food restrictions during breastfeeding
Goun Jeong, Sung Won Park, Yeon Kyung Lee, Sun Young Ko, Son Moon Shin
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2017;60(3):70-76.   Published online March 27, 2017
Purpose

This study investigated self-food restriction during breastfeeding, reviewed the literature showing the effect of maternal diet on the health of breast-fed infants, and explored the validity of dietary restrictions.

Methods

Questionnaire data were collected from breastfeeding Korean mothers who visited the pediatric clinic of Cheil General Hospital & Women's Healthcare Center from July 2015 through August 2015. The survey included items assessing...

Relactation in the Lactation Clinic
Su Jin Cho, Keun Lee
Clin Exp Pediatr. 2005;48(10):1050-1054.   Published online October 15, 2005
Purpose : Relactation refers to the re-establishment of a milk supply and nursing after the cessation of nursing for a variable period. We aimed to analyze the practical issues related to successful relactation in the lactation clinic. Methods : The medical records of 51 mothers who had visited the lactation clinic for relactation were retrospectively analyzed. Breastfeeding greater than 90%...
Erratum
Breast Feeding: A Neurobiologic Perspective
Jan Winberg
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1996;39(1):36-41.   Published online January 15, 1996
Breast-feeding(BF) failures are common in industrialized societies and can only partly be explained by social, psychologic, culturaland cognitive factors. The more profound causes remain unknown. This annotation presents clinical observations suggesting that several nursing care rituals in delivery rooms and maternity wards interfere with innate behavioural programs and consequently may disturb the unfolding feeding behaviour. Mother-infant interaction including BF depend on the activation of acomplex network...
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Zinc and Copper Concentrations in Human Milk.
Hwa Young Kim, Hyun Young Ahn, Young Yoon Choi, Tae Ju Hwang, Chull Sohn
Clin Exp Pediatr. 1985;28(4):305-313.   Published online April 30, 1985
Human milk is the most appropriate of all available milks for the human infant since it is uniquely adapted to his or her needs. Zinc and Copper are essential for not only as the constituents of enzymes and their activators, but also growth, development and normal metabolism. Zn and Cu concentrations were observed according to the stage of lactation, parity,...
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