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Infant Feeding

15 results found for: infant feeding

Managing cows’ milk protein allergy

This NPA-accredited module explains infant cows’ milk protein allergy to help you spot symptoms and support parents of infants affected

Vitamin D during the first 1000 days

This NPA-accredited module outlines the importance of adequate vitamin D intake during the first 1000 days of life, and its impact on childhood and long-term health

Nutritional management of preterm infants

This NPA-accredited module looks into advising parents of preterm infants on their baby's unique nutritional needs to help them achieve catch-up growth and close developmental gaps.

Infant feeding and allergy risk

This NPA-accredited module highlights a clinically-proven hydrolysed formula that reduces the risk of developing allergies, such as eczema, in susceptible children.

Building a nutritional foundation

This NPA-accredited module looks into the nutritional options available during an infant's first 1,000 days for mothers who cannot or choose not to breastfeed.

Significance of responsive feeding

This NPA-accredited module explores the technique of responsive infant feeding and how it can protect against overweight and obesity in later life.

Infant feeding: specialist milks

This NPA-accredited module explores common feeding issues, including colic, reflux and regurgitation, and some of the ways they can be resolved.

CI Plus: Infant feeding

Understand the role of human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) in breast milk and learn about the new SMA® ADVANCED range of formula milks.

Days of our lives

The first 1,000 days is a crucial time in a child’s development. So what advice can pharmacy provide to give the best start?

10 minute clinic: baby care

This handy 10-minute clinic is a quick reference guide that will help you when advising customers on baby care.

Infant nutrition: Giving parents a helping hand

The role of accessible, informed healthcare professionals is increasingly important in baby and child health and nutrition

New parents need the very best expert advice

Pharmacies are often one of the first places that concerned new parents turn to for advice, leaving teams wondering if they can also strengthen the category in business terms

Preschool predicaments

Reassuring new parents when their baby is poorly and helping them choose appropriate treatments can be tricky. But with advice from the experts, pharmacy teams can help with confidence.

Let's start at the beginning

The first few years of a baby’s life can be stressful for parents working out what’s normal and what needs further investigation, but pharmacies can help.

Mother knows best?

Mums-to-be can be swamped with information about how to deal with pregnancy and baby care issues.



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