Number 58 : Kangaroo Mother Care

Number 56/57 : The advantages, disadvantages and risks of ready-to-use foods

Number 55: Contaminants and Breastfeeding


Number 54: Breastfeeding and Pacifiers

Number 53: Human Milk Banks (or Sleeping with the baby)

Number 52: Cashing in on breastmilk

Number 50-51: Low-intensity war

Number 48-49: Baby-friendly pharmacies

Number 46-47: 30 years of IBFAN

Number 44-45: The new BFHI training package

Number 42-43: The new WHO growth standards

Number 40-41: The International Code is twenty-five years old

Number 39: Breastmilk as indicator of levels of chemical residues in the environment

Number 38: Breastfeeding, Childhood Obesity and the Prevention of Chronic Diseases

Number 37: Conflict of interest

Number 36: Infant formula contaminated by Enterobacteria

Number 35: The Global Strategy on Infant and Young Child Feeding

Number 34: HIV, infant feeding, and maternal and child health

Number 33: The International Code in relation to agreements of the World Trade Organisation: health versus trade interests

Number 31-32: The optimal duration of exclusive breastfeeding

Number 30: Dealing with fears of chemical pollution of breastmilk

Number 29: Maternity protection for working women