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Prejudice against test weighing, like tongue-tie division, should be re-assessed
  1. B Wilson-Clay
  1. Correspondence to:
    B Wilson-Clay
    Austin Lactation Associates, 12710 Burson Drive, Manchaca, TX 78652, USA; bwc{at}lactnews.com

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I read with interest the dialogue stemming from Hall and Renfrew’s article about tongue-tie, and the interest in designing trials to empirically measure the effects of tongue-tie on breastfeeding. I have photographed many tongue-tied babies. It is my impression that the degree of lift and ability to sustain lift of the tongue provides information about tongue mobility1. Measuring …

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