nursing mother


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nursing mother

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1. a mother who is breast-feeding her baby
2. (Bible) a biblical name for foster mother
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He did not know that since the nursing mothers were no longer sent to work on his land, they did still harder work on their own land.
For, suspended in those watery vaults, floated the forms of the nursing mothers of the whales, and those that by their enormous girth seemed shortly to become mothers.
They had a great deal of luggage, innumerable bags and rugs and hampers and sea-chairs, and were composed largely of ladies of various ages, a little pale with anticipation, wrapped also in striped shawls, though in prettier ones than the nursing mothers of the steerage, and crowned with very high hats and feathers.
The new language allowed nursing mothers to be excused from serving on a jury upon request and by providing a doctor's statement confirming she is a nursing mother.
As a recent nursing mother and international health professional, I became acutely aware of the challenges working mothers face and the gap between the known benefits of breastfeeding and what is realistically possible given the work demands and limitations of existing nursing garments.
It appears, the boys at Apple don't think anyone below the age of 12 can cope with viewing a nursing mother (yet strangely, I know plenty folk under the age of 1 that have no issue with it)," the blogger wrote.
In 2010, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, sometimes known as "Obamacare," amended Section 7 of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to require covered employers to provide non-exempt, nursing mother employees "reasonable" break times to express breast milk.
Second, never move an animal that's caring for young--relocating a nursing mother will almost certainly cause her offspring to die.
Surely the rights of a nursing mother need to be weighed against the sensitivities of those among whom she chooses to breastfeed?
The purpose of this paper is to review the current literature on deQuervain's tendonitis and address specific positioning needs for the nursing mother.
A nursing mother, a pet lover and a horse in a cavalry charge have at least one thing in common: bloodstreams full of oxytocin, Olmert contends in this fascinating book that explores the deep connection between people and animals.
When prescribing codeine for a nursing mother, doctors should prescribe the lowest dose for the shortest period of time," Dr.