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Many Gifts: A Narrative Inquiry Study into Urban Aboriginal Women’s Experiences of BreastfeedingDownload
Aboriginal populations constitute one of the largest ethnic populations in Canada. After initial contact with Europeans, these populations were frequently subjected to colonial treatment, including the creation of residential schools. The purpose of colonial treatment was to assimilate Aboriginal...
Breastfeeding of NWT infants 1973/74 by ethnic group
Prevalence and Characteristics Associated with Breastfeeding Initiation Among Canadian Inuit from the 2007–2008 Nunavut Inuit Child Health SurveyDownload
McIsaac, Kathryn E., Sellen, Daniel W., Lou, Wendy, Young, T. Kue
"We aimed to determine the prevalence of, and factors associated with, breastfeeding initiation in Canadian Inuit. We used data from the Nunavut Inuit Child Health Survey, a population-based, cross-sectional survey conducted in the Canadian territory of Nunavut. Inuit children aged 3–5 years in...
Masters thesis which reports on research the purpose of which was to develop an understanding of the cultural context of infant feeding for the northern Alberta Woodlands Cree. Ethnographic methods were used to document traditional and present-day infant feeding practices.
Understanding the role of Clostridioides difficile and Vitamin D supplementation in shaping the gut microbiome of Canadian infantsDownload
Introduction: The gut microbiome is shaped during infancy and has an important role in the development of both the immune and metabolic systems. Many early life exposures and events contribute to the composition of this complex intestinal environment, notably early infant diet and breastfeeding....