What is bottle feeding?

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Breast feeding refers to the use of a substitute for breast milk for feeding infants. It constitutes feeding an infant or young child from a bottle with a rubber nipple on the end. The infant is held on one arm close to the body of the mother or nurse during feeding. The bottle is held at an angle to ensure that the nipple is always filled with liquid so that the infant does not ingest air while feeding. It is used as a substitute when the mother is unable or unwilling to breastfeed and is recommended when the mother is unwell.
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Bottle feeding is a process of feeding a baby with milk from a bottle instead of from the mother's breast. Bottles for feeding babies come in many varieties: glass, plastic and disposable. Before you first use new bottles you should sterilize them by submerging them in a pot of boiling water for at least five minutes. Then allow them to dry on a clean towel.
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