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Future mums given tips on motherhood

The forum was called 'Mommy Talks'

In Summary

• Panellists gave the women tips on how to take care of their newborns

Philips Africa ultrasound business manager Anari De Wet and head of brand Radhika Choskey
Philips Africa ultrasound business manager Anari De Wet and head of brand Radhika Choskey
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Mothers-to-be were recently treated to a weekend afternoon of free nutrition and breastfeeding by health experts.

This was during a forum called 'Mommy Talks', which was held at the Radisson Blu Nairobi Arboretum courtesy of Philips Africa.

The panellists were nutritionist Kefa Nyalumba, midwife Nereah Ojanga, lactation specialist Shiro Shiera and cosmetic gynaecologist Dr Christina Suleh.

Present also was Philips head of brand Radhika Choskey, ultrasound business manager Anari De Wet and country manager Dr Muthoni Ntonjira.

Lactation specialist Shiro Shieria displays how to breastfeed a child with a dummy baby
Lactation specialist Shiro Shieria displays how to breastfeed a child with a dummy baby
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Media personality Janet Mbugua
Media personality Janet Mbugua
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Mercy Wanyagi with her son Nathan Karugu and Sylvia Lenaya with her daughter
Mercy Wanyagi with her son Nathan Karugu and Sylvia Lenaya with her daughter
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Mothers-to-be Shirley Emitati, Maggie Aduol, Faith Karaiya and Millicent Mariera
Mothers-to-be Shirley Emitati, Maggie Aduol, Faith Karaiya and Millicent Mariera
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Saumu Saidi feels the baby movement of Wambui Kariuki
Saumu Saidi feels the baby movement of Wambui Kariuki
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Midwife Nereah Ojanga
Midwife Nereah Ojanga
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