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Mayer Eisenstein Interview | Breastfeeding has gone in and out of favor for decades. In the 1950's government and health organizations encouraged new mothers to use artificial formula. By the 1970's, many women and health practitioners were back to natural methods. Now, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) is telling mothers to use commercial products in place of natural breast milk.
As always, the federal government continues to promote massive vaccination programs. A new study by the CDC tells mothers to have their children vaccinated, and to avoid nursing babies. The agency now claims mother's milk may affect certain vaccines.
India is held up as an example by those on both sides of the vaccination debate. Activists in favor of the programs say the country has not seen a case of polio in three years. Detractors say unsanitary conditions in many parts of the country are causing the disease, despite a widespread vaccination program.
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