Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 22nd, 2004
"People tend to think that if you are sick, you should stay away from babies, but in this particular case it is okay because mothers produce antibodies in their milk that can protect babies from getting the same infection," says Dorothy Sendelbach, assistant professor of pediatrics.
She warns that one side effect to sick mothers who abruptly stop nursing is that they are likely to feel worse because they will become engorged with...
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