nipple shield


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Noun1.nipple shield - a rubber or plastic shield to protect the nipples of nursing women
shield - a protective covering or structure
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The purpose of this study was to identify factors that might influence the user-acceptability of the JustMilk Nipple Shield Delivery System (NSDS), a novel platform for delivering drugs and nutrients to breastfeeding infants, in the Vhembe District of Limpopo, South Africa (SA).
That performance concluded with Timberlake ripping her costume to reveal her right breast bare except for a nipple shield.
Zeazas-Laferty initially said she believed that her son had ingested methadone through breast milk, but then told an investigator that her liquid medication may have leaked onto a pacifier, teething ring or nipple shield she had used to breast-feed the child, Grice wrote.
Her mum felt that Ali had some signs of colic and was a bit whiney but her main problem was attachment, with mum resorting to a nipple shield due to discomfort and stress caused by feeding.
In 2004, Janet Jackson spurred controversy when her breast, covered by a nipple shield, was exposed by halftime duet partner Justin Timberlake.
An adapted nipple shield that one day may deliver antiretroviral drugs to breast-feeding babies to stop them contracting HIV from infected mothers is being developed at Cambridge University.
Janet's breast, adorned with a nipple shield, was on display for less than a second before she covered up, but the scene caused outrage.
I came away with a pill silverer, a nipple shield and a Muller top hat.
A team of five students and an experienced medical doctor devised a method for disinfecting breast milk, involving the modification of an existing nipple shield to prevent the transmission of the HIV virus from mother to child during breastfeeding.
That exposed nipple shield emboldened the parents groups and religious orgs to ramp up the pressure, galvanizing the FCC to start cracking down on TV shows denounced by self-styled guardians of moral decency.