Older Adults and Higher Education

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National Council on Aging, Inc. November 1981. Alsp presented at the Policy Symposium, June 29, 1981, Washington D.C.

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K. Patricia Cross
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November 1, 1981
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Breastfeeding is nature’s way of providing newborns with a powerful and complete source of nutrition. Breastfeeding is also known to help mothers recover quickly from the many ‘side effects’ of childbirth. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends breast milk as the exclusive diet for an infant during the first 6 months. Thereafter, breastfeeding – as recommended by many – may be continued for a year, along with other kinds of food such as fruits, vegetables, grains, and proteins. However, breastfeeding remains a personal decision at the end of the day, and many mothers opt-out of it, favoring alternative sources of ‘food’ that are available in the market for various reasons like lack of time, inconvenience, medical reasons or the disruption it may cause to physical aesthetics.

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