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MaryJarrett
by Silver Member on Aug. 30, 2012 at 8:31 AM
And Pink (Alecia Moore) is nursing her 13-15 month old. :)

Oh, & Salma Hayek breast fed her own until toddlerhood as well as an infant that wasn't hers.


Quoting anime.princess:

Other famous ladies known for nursing their babies are:

-Lucy Lawless

-Miranda Kerr

-Gwen Stefani

-Julie Bowen


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danichaos
by on Aug. 30, 2012 at 8:33 AM
Good for her, hopefully she sticks with it, and loves it like I do
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MaryJarrett
by Silver Member on Aug. 30, 2012 at 8:36 AM
1 mom liked this
So the World Health Organization recommending that even mother's with HIV/AIDs breastfeed is what?

http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2009/world_aids_20091130/en/index.html


"In 2006, WHO recommended that ARVs be provided to HIV-positive pregnant women in the third trimester (beginning at 28 weeks) to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV. At the time, there was insufficient evidence on the protective effect of ARVs during breastfeeding. Since then, several clinical trials have shown the efficacy of ARVs in preventing transmission to the infant while breastfeeding. The 2009 recommendations promote the use of ARVs earlier in pregnancy, starting at 14 weeks and continuing through the end of the breastfeeding period.

WHO now recommends that breastfeeding continue until the infant is 12 months of age, provided the HIV-positive mother or baby is taking ARVs during that period. This will reduce the risk of HIV transmission and improve the infant's chance of survival.

"In the new recommendations, we are sending a clear message that breastfeeding is a good option for every baby, even those with HIV-positive mothers, when they have access to ARVs," said Daisy Mafubelu, WHO's Assistant Director General for Family and Community Health."


Quoting anime.princess:

None of those outlets are reliable sources.  Just pick a basic biology book that talks about viruses.  Don't try to feed me with your lack of knowledge.  


Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Not according to UNC CHapel Hill's recent studies

http://www.naturalnews.com/036382_breast_milk_AIDS_HIV.html

http://now.msn.com/breast-milk-has-superpowers-even-you-didnt-realize

This is current research from reliable sources


Quoting anime.princess:

You're are sooooo wrong.  That virus passes through the milk; it is not destroyed.  


Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Actually its being shown that bfing with hiv can protect babies..that bm kills the virus so i dunno there





Quoting anime.princess:

That's good, as long as she's not HIV+ or has Hepatits. 






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saral2790
by on Aug. 30, 2012 at 9:40 AM

shocking to me to see someone that seems so selfish do something to benefit someone else. glad  to see the maternal instincts kick in

tabi_cat1023
by Group Mod - Tabitha on Aug. 30, 2012 at 10:18 AM
Unc chapel hill is not a reliable source? Did you read the articles?


Quoting anime.princess:

None of those outlets are reliable sources.  Just pick a basic biology book that talks about viruses.  Don't try to feed me with your lack of knowledge.  


Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Not according to UNC CHapel Hill's recent studies

http://www.naturalnews.com/036382_breast_milk_AIDS_HIV.html

http://now.msn.com/breast-milk-has-superpowers-even-you-didnt-realize

This is current research from reliable sources


Quoting anime.princess:

You're are sooooo wrong.  That virus passes through the milk; it is not destroyed.  


Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Actually its being shown that bfing with hiv can protect babies..that bm kills the virus so i dunno there





Quoting anime.princess:

That's good, as long as she's not HIV+ or has Hepatits. 







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tabi_cat1023
by Group Mod - Tabitha on Aug. 30, 2012 at 10:18 AM
1 mom liked this
Thank you! I know i wasnt nuts here!


Quoting MaryJarrett:

So the World Health Organization recommending that even mother's with HIV/AIDs breastfeed is what?



http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2009/world_aids_20091130/en/index.html





"In 2006, WHO recommended that ARVs be provided to HIV-positive pregnant women in the third trimester (beginning at 28 weeks) to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV. At the time, there was insufficient evidence on the protective effect of ARVs during breastfeeding. Since then, several clinical trials have shown the efficacy of ARVs in preventing transmission to the infant while breastfeeding. The 2009 recommendations promote the use of ARVs earlier in pregnancy, starting at 14 weeks and continuing through the end of the breastfeeding period.



WHO now recommends that breastfeeding continue until the infant is 12 months of age, provided the HIV-positive mother or baby is taking ARVs during that period. This will reduce the risk of HIV transmission and improve the infant's chance of survival.



"In the new recommendations, we are sending a clear message that breastfeeding is a good option for every baby, even those with HIV-positive mothers, when they have access to ARVs," said Daisy Mafubelu, WHO's Assistant Director General for Family and Community Health."





Quoting anime.princess:

None of those outlets are reliable sources.  Just pick a basic biology book that talks about viruses.  Don't try to feed me with your lack of knowledge.  



Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Not according to UNC CHapel Hill's recent studies

http://www.naturalnews.com/036382_breast_milk_AIDS_HIV.html

http://now.msn.com/breast-milk-has-superpowers-even-you-didnt-realize

This is current research from reliable sources



Quoting anime.princess:

You're are sooooo wrong.  That virus passes through the milk; it is not destroyed.  



Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Actually its being shown that bfing with hiv can protect babies..that bm kills the virus so i dunno there








Quoting anime.princess:

That's good, as long as she's not HIV+ or has Hepatits. 








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tabi_cat1023
by Group Mod - Tabitha on Aug. 30, 2012 at 10:20 AM
3 moms liked this
Btw i find your responses very rude, its fine to disagree but there is no need for rudeness. This is a nice friendly group, how about we leave the personal attacks and rudeness out.


Quoting anime.princess:

None of those outlets are reliable sources.  Just pick a basic biology book that talks about viruses.  Don't try to feed me with your lack of knowledge.  


Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Not according to UNC CHapel Hill's recent studies

http://www.naturalnews.com/036382_breast_milk_AIDS_HIV.html

http://now.msn.com/breast-milk-has-superpowers-even-you-didnt-realize

This is current research from reliable sources


Quoting anime.princess:

You're are sooooo wrong.  That virus passes through the milk; it is not destroyed.  


Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Actually its being shown that bfing with hiv can protect babies..that bm kills the virus so i dunno there





Quoting anime.princess:

That's good, as long as she's not HIV+ or has Hepatits. 







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MaryJarrett
by Silver Member on Aug. 30, 2012 at 10:32 AM
The articles you posted are much easier to read and share. :) I honesty like yours articles better.

Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Thank you! I know i wasnt nuts here!




Quoting MaryJarrett:

So the World Health Organization recommending that even mother's with HIV/AIDs breastfeed is what?





http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2009/world_aids_20091130/en/index.html








"In 2006, WHO recommended that ARVs be provided to HIV-positive pregnant women in the third trimester (beginning at 28 weeks) to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV. At the time, there was insufficient evidence on the protective effect of ARVs during breastfeeding. Since then, several clinical trials have shown the efficacy of ARVs in preventing transmission to the infant while breastfeeding. The 2009 recommendations promote the use of ARVs earlier in pregnancy, starting at 14 weeks and continuing through the end of the breastfeeding period.





WHO now recommends that breastfeeding continue until the infant is 12 months of age, provided the HIV-positive mother or baby is taking ARVs during that period. This will reduce the risk of HIV transmission and improve the infant's chance of survival.





"In the new recommendations, we are sending a clear message that breastfeeding is a good option for every baby, even those with HIV-positive mothers, when they have access to ARVs," said Daisy Mafubelu, WHO's Assistant Director General for Family and Community Health."








Quoting anime.princess:

None of those outlets are reliable sources.  Just pick a basic biology book that talks about viruses.  Don't try to feed me with your lack of knowledge.  




Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Not according to UNC CHapel Hill's recent studies

http://www.naturalnews.com/036382_breast_milk_AIDS_HIV.html

http://now.msn.com/breast-milk-has-superpowers-even-you-didnt-realize

This is current research from reliable sources




Quoting anime.princess:

You're are sooooo wrong.  That virus passes through the milk; it is not destroyed.  




Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Actually its being shown that bfing with hiv can protect babies..that bm kills the virus so i dunno there











Quoting anime.princess:

That's good, as long as she's not HIV+ or has Hepatits. 









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Hyman
by on Aug. 30, 2012 at 10:43 AM
I was surprised to read that and I guess I like her since she is able to make such a healthy selfless choice :D
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tabi_cat1023
by Group Mod - Tabitha on Aug. 30, 2012 at 4:56 PM

Thats why I shared them, especially the one from MSN

Quoting MaryJarrett:

The articles you posted are much easier to read and share. :) I honesty like yours articles better.

Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Thank you! I know i wasnt nuts here!




Quoting MaryJarrett:

So the World Health Organization recommending that even mother's with HIV/AIDs breastfeed is what?





http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2009/world_aids_20091130/en/index.html








"In 2006, WHO recommended that ARVs be provided to HIV-positive pregnant women in the third trimester (beginning at 28 weeks) to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV. At the time, there was insufficient evidence on the protective effect of ARVs during breastfeeding. Since then, several clinical trials have shown the efficacy of ARVs in preventing transmission to the infant while breastfeeding. The 2009 recommendations promote the use of ARVs earlier in pregnancy, starting at 14 weeks and continuing through the end of the breastfeeding period.





WHO now recommends that breastfeeding continue until the infant is 12 months of age, provided the HIV-positive mother or baby is taking ARVs during that period. This will reduce the risk of HIV transmission and improve the infant's chance of survival.





"In the new recommendations, we are sending a clear message that breastfeeding is a good option for every baby, even those with HIV-positive mothers, when they have access to ARVs," said Daisy Mafubelu, WHO's Assistant Director General for Family and Community Health."








Quoting anime.princess:

None of those outlets are reliable sources.  Just pick a basic biology book that talks about viruses.  Don't try to feed me with your lack of knowledge.  




Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Not according to UNC CHapel Hill's recent studies

http://www.naturalnews.com/036382_breast_milk_AIDS_HIV.html

http://now.msn.com/breast-milk-has-superpowers-even-you-didnt-realize

This is current research from reliable sources




Quoting anime.princess:

You're are sooooo wrong.  That virus passes through the milk; it is not destroyed.  




Quoting tabi_cat1023:

Actually its being shown that bfing with hiv can protect babies..that bm kills the virus so i dunno there











Quoting anime.princess:

That's good, as long as she's not HIV+ or has Hepatits. 










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