WORKPLACE LACTATION SUPPORT AND BREASTFEEDING PRACTICES IN EMPLOYED MOTHERS

Robin Ray
Low rates of breastfeeding are a global public health issue. Despite national and international health agency recommendations for breastfeeding until infants are six months of age when solid foods are introduced and continued breastfeeding until 12 months of age or older, many mothers in the United States discontinue breastfeeding at an early age. Return to work after childbirth is one of the leading contributing factors to early cessation of breastfeeding in employed mothers. Understanding the...
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