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John

Good point and good vantage point.

Meg

When I was nursing my children, I thought about how tragic it is that formula companies market formula so intensely in hospitals, where there's precious little support for someone who wants to nurse.

I wonder how many babies died after Hurricane Katrina (and die in other disasters) of dehydration, when a lactating mother (or any other lactating woman) could have provided them all the nourishment and fluids they needed.

Alas, there's no money in advertising mother's milk.

Meg

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