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Other Publications (Medical)

  1. Incidence of Injuries from Walkers, Ont Med Review, 1985;52:663-4
  2. Breastfeeding: What to do when Problems Arise, Medifacts, 1988;XVIII;no 3
  3. Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome--Ped Inf Dis J 1987;6:875 (letter)
  4. Fever. Chapter in Conn’s Current Therapy. Robert E. Rakel editor,1990 Edition, W.B. Saunders Co.
  5. Oral rehydration and breastfeeding. Ped Inf Dis J 1990;9:147 (letter)
  6. Inadequate breastfeeding and jaundice. Pediatrics 1990;85:893 (letter)
  7. Drugs and breastmilk. Pediatrics 1990;86:148 (letter)
  8. WHO code. The Canadian Nurse 1991;87:6 (letter)
  9. Breastfeeding and Jaundice. What exactly is the problem? CanPediatrQuarterly 1991;5:237-42 (solicited manuscript) (UNICEF’s Breastfeeding Paper of the Month, April 1993)
  10. Formula Companies and the Medical Profession. AJDC 1991;145:1089-90 (letter)
  11. Comment. Polluted or not, breast milk still best. Ontario Medicine 1991;10 (18):2
  12. Breast milk: Issues and controversies. Contemporary Pediatrics 1991;2(4):6-11 (solicited manuscript)
  13. Encouraging, Supporting, and Maintaining Breastfeeding: The Obstetrician’s Role. Journal SOGC 1991;13 (9):15-23. (solicited manuscript)
  14. The Breastfeeding Support Programme. IMPrint (Newsletter of the Infant Mental Health Promotion Project). 1991-2;2:8-10
  15. Would breastfeeding decrease risks of lead intoxication? Pediatrics 1992;90:131 (letter)
  16. Breast milk: Issues and controversies. (reprint of article in Contemporary Pediatrics). Contemporary Ob/Gyn 1992;1:6-12
  17. In Support of Breastfeeding. Can Med Assoc J. 1992;147:583-4 (letter)
  18. Water Intoxication: A problem of bottle feeding. AJDC 1992;146:1131-2 (letter)
  19. Nipple Confusion. Pediatrics 1993;92:297-8 (letter)
  20. Breastfeeding: Are hospitals encouraging new mothers to reach for the bottle? Leadership 1994;3:4 (guest editorial)
  21. Nipple Pain. JOGNN 1994;23:12 (letter)
  22. Mother’s Milk for Preterm Infants. Can Med Assoc J 1995;153:1415-6 (letter)
  23. How Breast Milk Protects Newborns. Scientific American 1995;273:76-9
  24. Timing of Solid Food Introduction and Safety of Radiopharmaceuticals. JHL 1996;12:10-11 (letter)
  25. Breastfeeding. The Health Journal 1996;1:11-12
  26. Is alcohol so bad for breastfeeding mothers? JHL 1996;12;93 (letter)
  27. Breastfeeding. Getting Enough Milk.The Health Journal 1996;1: 26
  28. Treating Sore Nipples. Can J Pediatr 1996;7:436-41
  29. Sore Breasts: diagnosis and treatment. Can J Peditr 1996;7:442-7
  30. Breastfeeding and Guilt. International Journal of Childbirth Education. 1996;11:32
  31. Caution regarding nipple shields. JHL 1997;13:12-3 (letter)
  32. It makes a difference. ORGYN. 1997:VIII;28-32
  33. Breastfeeding must be priority in aboriginal health promotion. P¾diatr Child Health 1997;2:160 (letter)
  34. Helping new mothers with nipple pain. Can J Diagnosis 1997;14:55-66
  35. When breastfeeding is not contraindicated. Breastfeeding Abstracts 1997;16:27
  36. What drugs can I take while breastfeeding? Can J Diagnosis 1998;15:105-20

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