- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of breastfeed.
“Some women know nothing about breastfeeding, they don't know anyone who breastfeeds, and don't have all the breastfeeding resources that the rest of us do.”
“This year, Malik intends to fast even as she breastfeeds her three-month old daughter.”
“The benefits increase the longer she breastfeeds.23”
“For every six months that an HIV-positive women breastfeeds, there is about a 4 per cent chance of the infant becoming infected.”
“This board book uses only pictures to tell the story of a family in which the mother breastfeeds and the father helps with housework and baby care.”
“A mother who breastfeeds a newborn and older child at the same time is tandem nursing.”
“Yes, breastfeeding is a public health issue, as evidence points to the clear health benefits for both mother and child when a mother breastfeeds her baby for at least 6 months, optimally for one year.”
“I don't care if a mom breastfeeds or formula feeds.”
“Baby Annabell may cry tears, Barbie may train marine animals, but only now do we have a doll that breastfeeds.”
“Some people have drawn a connection between a doll that breastfeeds and teen mothers, saying that it will either encourage girls to have babies earlier or, conversely, encourage them to breastfeed at higher rates thanthey usually do.”
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