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Optimizing Breastfeeding Within the Golden Hour

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Optimizing Breastfeeding Within the Golden Hour

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    Both UNICEF and WHO recommend exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life, starting within the very first hour of birth. But are we adhering to that recommendation? Joining Dr. Hector Chapa to discuss the importance of breastfeeding shortly after delivery and how we can help our patients and their newborns reap the benefits of this golden hour is Dr. Susan Crowe, Director of Outpatient Breastfeeding Medicine Consultative Services at Stanford Children's Health who recently spoke about this topic at the 2021 ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting.

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    Both UNICEF and WHO recommend exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life, starting within the very first hour of birth. But are we adhering to that recommendation? Joining Dr. Hector Chapa to discuss the importance of breastfeeding shortly after delivery and how we can help our patients and their newborns reap the benefits of this golden hour is Dr. Susan Crowe, Director of Outpatient Breastfeeding Medicine Consultative Services at Stanford Children's Health who recently spoke about this topic at the 2021 ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting.

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