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Alexa, ask the Breastfeeding Friend how I get my baby to latch on? (A3 poster)

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Series : Breastfeeding Friend (Start4Life)

Published : March 2018
Page Length : 1
Format : Poster A3
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Public Health England

The key message in this campaign is "Here to help with breastfeeding, 24/7". Breastfeeding is great for a woman and her baby. But when a new mum is starting out, it’s perfectly normal to experience the odd setback. To get help someone can look for the Breastfeeding Friend from Start4Life in the Alexa Skills Store or on Facebook Messenger. To find out more, search Start4Life.