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It is sometimes hard to remember that it has only been six months since January 12th. Many Haitians, when they speak of the earthquake, refer only to "before" - before, in 35 seconds, they lost so much: friends, family, homes, schools, churches - and their visions of the future.
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Breastfeeding At 4 Months A Counseling Guide for Health Care Professionals Counseling Message for Mothers Background for Professionals Feed your baby when you see signs of hunger (typically 7 to 8 times every 24 hours).