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Breast feeding promotion leads to Itoman City clinic recognition

Date Posted: 2007-08-29

Doctor Jin Kamiya believes babies who are breast fed develop a stronger love and bond with their mothers, and the World Health Organization agrees.
Kamiya’s obstetrics and pediatrician Kamiya Clinic in Itoman City has drawn accolades from the WHO for his studies on babies, and the effects of those babies being nursed instead of fed powdered milks from bottles. His clinic promotes young mothers taking the time to breast feed their babies.
“Giving mother’s milk is the natural way, and gives a lot of love to babies,” Kamiya says, while adding nature’s milk is safer and more sanitary than relying upon commercial milk formulas. “There are no infectious diseases in Japan,” he adds, but still cautions mothers “give yourmilk. It’s good for both mother and child, and there’s not much breast cancer.” Kamiya notes mothers nursing babies do not become overweight, and neither do the babies.
The most important part about the nursing experience, the doctor says, is “Hug the baby and look into the baby’s eyes and make baby talk, and be sure to say ‘I love you baby’.” Kamiya says the very act of breast feeding puts the mother in eye contact with the baby, and says that’s essential to a baby’s development.

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