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This report presents a summary of strategies and current data on breastfeeding across the island of Ireland. The report also presents an overview of evidence on the contribution of breastfeeding to population health and on effective measures to support and enable breastfeeding. Data are presented...
Infanrix IPV Boostrix-IPV Repevax Babies at 2, 3 and 4 months Children at 3 years 4 months (pre-school booster) Pregnant women New vaccines 2014 Two new vaccine brands – Infanrix IPV Hib and Boostrix-IPV – are being introduced into the national routine immunisation schedule in 2014,...
As a parent you want the best start for your baby. What your child eats and drinks is important for his/her health now and in the future. The information in this leaflet may be quite different from what you have read before, or what your friends or family may tell you they did. New research is...
This booklet provides information on the routine immunisations that are given to babies up to year old to protect them from serious childhood diseases. It describes the DtaP/IPV/Hib, pneumococcal and MenC vaccines and now includes information on the rotavirus vaccine given to babies at two and...
This booklet provides the facts about the vaccines babies will receive just after their first birthday: the first MMR vaccine and the PCV and Hib/Men C booster vaccines.
Two new vaccine brands – Infanrix IPV Hiband Boostrix-IPV – are being introduced into the national routine immunisation schedule in 2014, alongside Infanrix IPV and Repevax. This chart shows who they are for and aims to avoid the possibility of confusion between the brands. �
This leaflet is for women who are pregnant and describes how they can start connecting with their baby. It explains what babies need to feel safe and secure and will help new mothers get off to a good start with feeding and caring for their babies.
This book presents the reasons why mothers and babies benefit from breastfeeding and explains how to breastfeed successfully. It covers issues including how breastfeeding works, positioning and attachment, how to know if breastfeeding is going well, expressing milk, breastfeeding and babies in...
This leaflet gives information on the blood tests that are normally offered and recommended at the first antenatal visit. These tests look for possible health problems that could affect the mother's health and the health of the baby. Only one sample of blood is needed to do all six tests. The tests...