Formula marketing in hospitals & elsewhere

Checklists of the “need to have” items for motherhood and your new baby can be found in every nook and cranny these days. One of the items on these lists is inevitably some type of bag so that you can cart around all the items listed on the checklists. …
banthebags.org
Moving formula marketing out of hospitals requires a culture change. Many doctors and nurses enjoy giving patients a “free gift,” and don’t appreciate the hidden costs associated with marketing strategies…
The continued marketing of formula, bottles, pacifiers, or complimentary foods for babies under six months of age is dangerous and unethical….

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