Name Tutor Course Date Breastfeeding in United States of America and Europe. Introduction Mason (4) says that breastfeeding is the nursing of babies and young kids with the breast milk from the mother. It is a very important and nutritious meal for a baby which contributes immensely towards its growth and development. Health professionals recommend that breastfeeding begins within the first one hour when the baby is born and can continue until the baby comes of age and develops the ability to feed on the other solid foods. The manner in which breastfeeding is conducted in the United States of America is very different from Europe. A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions have passed a report that most mothers in the United States don’t breastfeed for a long time with reasons related to their occupation. It is argued by West et al (17) that around on nursing their kids. Works cited Bartick Melissa C. et al. "Suboptimal breastfeeding in the United States: Maternal and pediatric health outcomes and costs." Maternal & child nutrition 13.1 (2017). Bosi Ayse Tulay Bagci et al. "Breastfeeding practices and policies in WHO European region member states." Public health nutrition 19.04 (2016): 753-764. Mason Katherine. "Responsible Bodies: Self-Care and State Power in the US Women Infants and Children Program." Social Politics: International Studies in Gender State & Society 23.1 (2016): 70-93. Moon Rachel Y. et al. "Impact of a Randomized Controlled Trial to Reduce Bedsharing on Breastfeeding Rates and Duration for African-American Infants." Journal of Community Health (2017): 1-9. Raiyani Chandni and Dishani Shah. "Research Gap in Identifying the Relationship Between Breastfeeding and Early Childhood Caries in The United States: A Systematic Review." (2016). West Emily and Rose J. Knight. "Mothers' Milk: Slavery Wet-Nursing and Black and White Women in the Antebellum South." Journal of Southern History 83.1 (2017): 37-68. [...]
It is a three page compare and contrast paper, due tomorrow by 5pm. Looking for lots of great information and comparisons and differences in today society on breastfeeding. Things like Whether its natural, why its the safest nutrient for infants, how society views it, and how far it has come and how much has changed throughout our developing lifestyles.