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Appendix D: On-line Resources




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This article is from the Breastfeeding Past the First Year FAQ, by Kim Smith with numerous contributions by others.

Appendix D: On-line Resources

Lois Patterson (lois@helix.net) has started an email list for parents
of nursing toddlers and older babies. To subscribe to parent-l, the
Extend Breastfeeding List, send the following command in the body of
the message to parent-l-request@uts.edu.au

subscribe

If you have any questions or difficulties, email Lois Patterson at
lois@helix.net

Katherine A. Dettwyler (dettwyler@tamu.edu), a nutritional
anthropologist at Texas A&M University, has recently completed a
research project trying to determine what would be a "natural" age at
weaning in modern human populations if humans didn't cloud the issue
with cultural beliefs about how long was appropriate. This research
has been published in very brief form in Breastfeeding Abstracts and
New Beginnings (LLLI publications) and forms the basis of a long
chapter in a new book Breastfeeding: Biocultural Perspectives, to be
published November 1995 by Aldine de Gruyter Publishers.

 

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