Breastfeeding 'power hour' could save lives


Save The Children says that more than 800,000 children could be saved each year if mothers breastfed immediately after birth.

The charity, which has published a report Superfood for Babies, is concerned breastfeeding rates are stalling across the world and in some developing countries rates are declining.

Jessica Shiddell reports.

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