World Breastfeeding Week

In the first week of August, each year, the world celebrates World Breastfeeding Week.
This is due to the belief in the importance of breastfeeding, and its impact on the psychological development of the child by strengthening the bond between mother and her child.
Al-Ameen medical teams in their health care centers through doctors and community health workers emphasize the importance of breastfeeding in the first six months of an infant’s life, breastfeeding plays an important role in protecting the infant from childhood diseases, and that breastfeeding provides benefits for mothers as well
It has long-term benefits for the baby because infant formulas do not contain the antibodies found in breast milk.






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