Nifty Cup Helps Feed Newborns With Breastfeeding Difficulties

Nifty Cup Helps Feed Newborns With Breastfeeding Difficulties

It's a $1 cup designed to properly feed high-risk babies in under-developed regions of the world. But don't let the simplicity of the word cup fool you. The design, development, and implementation of the Nifty Cup is the culmination of years of work and partnership with Seattle Children's Hospital, the University of Washington and global health organization PATH. Drs. Michael Cunningham and Christy McKinney are quoted in the article.

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