Health experts recommend to exclusively breastfeed newborns for the first six months of their lives to ensure optimal health and development. But many Arab women defy this advise due to economic, social and cultural factors. Big health organizations strongly recommend to breastfeed exclusively during the first six months of a baby's life. Medical experts widely agree that breastfeeding ensures the new-born's optimal growth, development and health.
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Practices of Breastfeeding among Arab Mothers Living in the United States
Breastfeeding Required by Law in United Arab Emirates | Parents
The Emirates' Federal National Council has passed a clause, part of their new Child Rights Law, requiring new moms to breastfeed their babies for two full years, The National reports. Now, men can sue their wives if they don't breastfeed. According to the National, there was a "marathon debate" over the legislation, but it was ultimately decided that it is every child's right to be breastfed. Research has found many benefits of breastfeeding for baby, from reducing the risk of obesity to better language and motor development.
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Why many Arab Women prefer Infant Formula over Breastfeeding
Metrics details. Despite the ongoing efforts to improve infant feeding practices, low rates of breastfeeding and early introduction of complementary feeding have been reported in many countries. Systematic documentation of breastfeeding practices in the United Arab Emirates UAE is needed in order to directing successful strategies. In this cross-sectional study, mothers of children below the age of two were recruited from the community and health centers located in different areas in Abu Dhabi. Following informed consent, a structured questionnaire including WHO-indicators was used for in-person interviews on sociodemographics and breastfeeding.
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