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Police officer breastfeeds malnourished baby while on duty at hospital

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - An Argentine police officer is being hailed a hero after breastfeeding a malnourished baby while on duty at a children's hospital.
Celeste Jaqueline Ayala was working her shift at Sor Maria Ludovica Hospital in Buenos Aires when she heard a baby crying incessantly. Ayala, who is the mother of a newborn baby, asked hospital staff if she could hold and comfort the crying baby.
After receiving permission, Ayala cradled and breastfed the baby until he stopped crying.
“Things like that are not seen every day,” Marcos Heredia, who posted the viral image on Facebook...
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Police officer praised for stopping to breastfeed baby while on duty

Police officer praised for stopping to breastfeed baby while on duty

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What she did to ease the baby's tears has been noticed around the world: She nursed him.
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