Regina Keith of the Faculty of Science and Technology publishes article in the British Medical Journal
Nutrition 16 August 2013
In ‘How to prevent 804,000 children under 5 dying’, she argues that supporting mothers in poorer countries to breastfeed their babies for the first six months would have huge benefits for the health of both babies and mothers.
Regina Keith is a former midwife and senior lecturer in International Public Health and Nutrition at the University of Westminster, London.
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