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An eight-month-old boy is lucky to be alive after he was stabbed 90 times by his mother, mostly in the face, for biting her while she was breastfeeding. Xiao Bao needed more than stitches after the incident in Xuzhou, eastern China's Jiangsu Province. The infant lives with his mother and two uncles, who make a living recycling rubbish.
It was one of the uncles who discovered Xiao Bao lying in a pool of blood in the yard of their home and rushed him to hospital.
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Chilling: An eight-month-old baby is lucky to be alive after he was stabbed 90 times by his mother after he bit her while she was breastfeeding. Neighbours have pleaded with the local government to take the baby away, but they have said that they will not.
Apparently, they said that there was no confirmation the mother was suffering from a mental illness and said, regardless, the baby still has two guardians in the form of his two uncles. The tiny tot lives with his mother and two uncles, who make a living recycling rubbish.
M ental illness remains a relatively closed topic in modern China, and neither medication nor modern psychiatric treatment is widely used. An analysis of mental health issues in four Chinese provinces, published in in the British medical journal The Lancet, estimated that 91 per cent of the million Chinese adults that were believed to suffer mental problems never receive professional help.
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Baby stabbed 90 times with scissors by his Chinese mother after he bit her as she was breastfeeding him Eight-month-old Xiao Bao was discovered by his uncle in a pool of blood Needed stitches after the incident; he is now recovering in hospital Reports say his mother does not suffer from any mental illnesses By Daily Mail Reporter Published: GMT, 11 July Updated: GMT, 11 July e-mail View comments. Share this article Share. Share or comment on this article: Baby stabbed 90 times with scissors by his Chinese mother after he bit her as she was breastfeeding him e-mail.
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According to a local newspaper, there were several websites that offered to provide woman mothers extremely hot german girls having sex breast feed adults for a fee. Charges were discussed on instant messaging apps and photographs of mothers were provided to customers to choose who they wanted to be 'fed' by.
The Beijing News said one website had been active since last year and men were encouraged to sign up asian a subscription service that allowed them regular access to the breasts of the woman of their choice. Customers had to pay 7 a week to become a member and have access to the man women. They then went along to 'milk bars' and paid the woman direct to feeding 'fed'. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends infants be exclusively breastfed for about six months and then breastfed with the addition of complementary foods for an additional year or more.
Both infants and mothers can benefit from breastfeeding, with infants gaining protection from various infections as well as diabetes, leukemia, and childhood obesity and mothers decreasing their risk for various cancers among other benefits, according to the academy. Wang Community Health Center in New York, helped spearhead a breastfeeding education program catered in to the specific breast of mothers.
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The education program has been a success, she noted, with a "significant increase" in the rate of women exclusive breast feeding six weeks after childbirth between and The health center is in the process of compiling data to publicly release. And in Marchan Indian magazine stirred some debate on social media for featuring an actress breastfeeding. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures49 states have laws that allow women to breastfeed in any public or private location.