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Skin-to-skin care simply involves holding an infant in an upright, prone position, skin-to-skin on the parent’s chest. The parents’ clothing or blankets are then wrapped around the baby, providing a kangaroo-like pouch for comfort and security. Improved breastfeeding, as well as deeper levels of parental bonding and attachment, are just a few of the important benefits that can be gained from this contact.
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