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There Will Be Many A Sore Nipple In The Masses For The World Record

By Michelle Duffy     May 4, 2007 in World
A nes report has covered yet another strange but true world record attempt, and this time is mass breast feeding
The world breast feeding record for as many mothers as possible in multiple locations was held in the Philippines.
Not only was the event held to break the world record, but also to promote good health to new mothers in the Philippines and surrounding areas. The message that local health authorities wants to get across is that mothers should breast feed for the first six months in order to maintain good health for their new born babies. The message also wants to get across that mothers should continue to breast feed their babies up to the age of two and possibly beyond. This may sound a little too old to western mothers!
Recent claims in the country had been advertised by artificial baby milk companies saying that their milk was far healthier for babies than breast milk.
It is an argument that has spread across the western world in recent years. Many organisations claim breast milk is better for the baby, yet can lead to future health problems for the mother...
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