SKIPPY study in the news!

It has long been known that skin-to-skin contact with your baby facilitates bonding, regulates the baby’s body temperature, and brings more peace and less stress for mother and child. Our PhD student Kelly Cooijmans has now shown in her research that daily skin-to-skin contact can also increase breastfeeding duration during the first year of life.

Read more about our research on the AD website, How about mom and in the Ouders van Nu magazine.
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