Baby Behavior Campaign Training
Learn how babies communicate with their caregivers when they are hungry or sleepy.
Research on baby behavior conducted by Dr. Jane Heinig at the University of California Davis has documented that when parents understand their infants’ cues, they can meet the babies’ needs appropriately, resulting in:
- an increase in exclusive breastfeeding
- a decrease in formula feeding and overfeeding
A free training will be offered on May 5, 2014, at the Department of Health and Human Services, 29 Hazen Drive in Concord, NH
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