1. When breast milk isn't an option

Breast milk is the gold standard for babies up to six months of age, but infant formula milk can have an important role to play.

2. Bottle feeding

If a parent chooses to bottle feed their baby, there is plenty of advice that can be provided.

3. Other considerations

Understanding their baby's appetite and how to wind them can help parents ensure their baby is comfortable and satisfied.

4. Feeding problems

There are a wide range of feeding problems that can occur in breastfed and bottle fed babies.

5. Moving onto weaning

Weaning is the process of moving babies on from only drinking milk to including solid foods in their diet.

6. Ask the experts

Pharmacy teams are asked for advice on a wide range of infant feeding topics, so what do the experts say?

7. Training & CPD

This module looks at infant feeding from birth to six months of age.

8. Product information

If breast milk isn’t an option and cows’ milk isn’t suitable, infant formula is the only accepted substitute from 0-6 months.

9. First infant milk comparison chart

Compare the nutritional information for first infant milks.

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