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Skin-to-Skin Cuddling in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Skin-to-skin is a great way to get to know your baby. Studies show skin-to-skin in early life gives your baby a good start in growing emotionally and creates trust between you and your baby. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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English (264962), Arabic (264963), Chinese - Simplified (264964), Chinese - Traditional (264768), Farsi (264966), Korean (264965), Punjabi (264967)

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Body Location:
  • Skin, Hair, and Nails,
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health
Disorders and Conditions:
  • Infant/Children Illnesses and Disorders,
  • Womens Health
  • Baby,
  • NICU,
  • Premies,
  • Infant,
  • Hand,
  • Hugs
  • Adults,
  • Children and Youth
  • Population and Public Health,
  • Maternal Infant Child Youth
Revision Date:
March 04, 2016
The information in this pamphlet is from: *lectures by Dr. Nils Bergman and Louise Dumas [2009 BFI Vancouver Conference] * *Feldman, Ruth. Mother-Infant Skin-to-Skin Contact and Development of Emotional Regulation. Advances in Psychology Research 2004; 27: 113-132.
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