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A Fading Art: Understanding Breastfeeding in the Middle East.

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While most people understand the benefits of breastfeeding infants, the practice is not always supported in all cultures. A Fading Art by Dr. Modia Batterjee is a personal and highly researched exploration of breastfeeding in the Middle East, specifically Saudi Arabia. A lactation consultant, Batterjee saw firsthand how the Arab culture encourages breastfeeding, yet does ...more
Kindle Edition, 105 pages
Published April 14th 2011 by Amazon
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Pam
Jun 15, 2015 Pam rated it really liked it
This story could have been set in any country. Many of the challenges women in the Middle East face with breastfeeding are the same ones that are experienced in the United States as well. This is a fast read that anyone interested in breastfeeding would enjoy.
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