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Use of KellyMom Handouts:
The free handouts below may be printed for personal use only under the following conditions:
Now infants can get
all their vitamin D
from their mothers’ milk;
no drops needed with
TheraNatal Lactation ONE
- Handouts must be duplicated in entirety. Content and graphics may not be modified in any way without prior permission. All author and copyright information must be included.
- Distribution is limited to print media. Handouts may not be posted on a website or distributed electronically.
- Handouts may not be photocopied or distributed in bulk.
- Handouts may not be sold.
- Use must comply with the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes.
The following articles are available as handouts, in PDF format. [get Adobe Acrobat Reader]
- Is baby getting enough? – Quick Reference Card
- Human Milk Storage – Quick Reference Card
- How to bottle-feed the breastfed baby
- Getting Pregnant While Breastfeeding
- The Official FAQ… Nursing During Pregnancy
(SHORT VERSION) (Long version is HERE.)
- The Official FAQ… Tandem Nursing (SHORT VERSION) (Long version is HERE.)
- A research-based look at the safety of breastfeeding during pregnancy
More info on this subject here.
- Myths vs Facts: Breastfeeding During Pregnancy and Tandem Nursing
- KellyMom business cards– Share them with your friends and clients! (You MAY distribute these business cards in bulk. This file ought to work with most business card templates – 10 cards per sheet, Avery 8371.)
Other FREE handouts…
- Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk (17 pages)
— American Academy of Pediatrics 2012 Policy Statement
- INFACT Canada Fact Sheets
None of the information contained herein is meant to provide medical advice. All decisions should be discussed with your health care provider.