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Nursing Mothers Association of Argentina has recently announced that frequent breastfeeding  of JAUNDICE NEONATALS is an excellent way to assist the early term baby's body to clear unwanted wastes which cause the yellowing or orange colouring of the skin. 
Frequent NURSING will also minimise or relieve blocked nipple pores. 
Although the NEONATAL'S SUCKING of the NIPPLE is rather painful for the nursing mother the process assists in elimination of the nipple blockages.
The latest newsletter reports that it is important to nurse at least every two hours and empty the breasts 
thoroughly (Ouch! This does not bring back pleasant memories).
There has been a move to increase the level of education in nutrition programs for NICARAGUAN NURSING MOTHERS in  South America in a bid to increase breastfeeding and so improve the health of NEWBORNS and children under the age of two.

P.S.  Anyone else choose navel for their orange thing? Pity I couldn't find one with an orange peg :-(


Michelle Watters said...

Your turn of mind amuses the dickens out me. Well done.

Fran Williams said...

Warped but great!

Di's SnippitS said...

LOL what painful memories that brings back.

Liz Needle said...

You are maintaining your standards, Cinzia. Not that I really enjoyed the memories that this blog brought back.

Dy said...

Terrific idea!

Pennie & David said...

Ouch... reading your Scatterdays brings back some very painful memories and I'm 62, so well past that stage of life!!