Part #1. Although experts agree breastfeeding is nutritionally better for infants than formula feedi
Part #1. Although experts agree breastfeeding is nutritionally better for infants than formula feeding, there are some situations in which breastfeeding is not sufficient or appropriate. There is also the impact of culture and cohort effects to consider.
What specific changes in policies or practices do you think would increase the rate of breastfeeding in your country?
Malnutrition exists, even in industrialized countries. What are some of the reasons that malnourishment, which slows physical growth, harms IQ scores and school performance?
Part #2. Many people have strong feelings about who should care for children. Should children be cared for at home by a parent? What about attending daycare or another type of nonparental care? When seeking evidence to explores these issues, it is challenging to study the effects of nonparental care on infants for a variety of reasons.
What are some of the factors making this type of research difficult?
What differences do you think you would find between employed and non-employed parents of infants?
How might the differences you identify impact the type of attachment infants develop?