Hand washing tips for mothers with newborn babies 3/6

By Drum Digital
03 April 2014

Don't expose your baby to large groups of people.

“By teaching mothers and birth attendants how handwashing with soap can prevent disease, we can improve neonatal survival rates and put more children on the path to reach their fifth birthday – a key milestone that millions of children don’t reach every year,”Ashveer Mahabeer, Brand Building Manager of Lifebuoy.

Don't expose your baby to large groups of people before 6 weeks old.

The more people your baby is exposed to, the more likely it is that he will come in contact with someone who is sick, especially during flu season.

Ensure you prevent the spread of everyday infections such as common colds, flu and digestive disorders by adopting healthy hand washing routines – keeping yourself healthy is important when you are nursing a newborn.

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