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Cleansing Customs To Protect New Mothers: A Cultural Right or Burden?

What is the significance of adapting or dismissing traditional postpartum cleansing rituals?

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Breastfeeding is Our Common Mother Tongue

James Akre says breastfeeding is a universal constant across space and time.

Our Alien Attitudes to Breastfeeding

Real-world examples about attitudes toward breasts, breastfeeding and breast milk

How Cultures Protect the New Mother

What can we learn from the cultural postpartum rituals of low-income, developing countries?

Breastfeeding Beliefs and Attitudes Among Black Americans

Black mothers face barriers to breastfeeding that are both complex and multi-dimensional.

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