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Baby’s health


loving african mother holding sleeping baby daughter

All childhood illnesses are to be taken seriously. Things which initially seem harmless can become worse if you do not pay enough attention.
All signs of illness must be monitored. These include: high temperature, frequent crying for no obvious reason, face contorted with pain, skin rash, discharge, abnormal stools, sudden behavioural change and loss of weight.
Contact your doctor as soon as possible so that they can examine your baby: it is better to bother them unnecessarily than to take the risk of serious problems going untreated.
Avoid self-medication.





Breast milk is the ideal nutrition for your baby. It naturally contains everything your baby needs to grow.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends feeding your baby exclusively with breast milk up to the age of 6 months. France Lait Laboratory supports this recommendation & therefore prohibits all communication on infant formulas (0-6 months).