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Midwifery factors associated with successful breastfeeding.

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BACKGROUND: It is well recognized that breast milk is the best form of nutrition for babies. However, many women do not breastfeed or give up soon after birth. Some report feeling unsupported in the post-natal period and many stop breastfeeding earlier than they would have wished. This study aimed to estimate the separate effects of midwifery factors in the overall context of sociodemographic and clinical influences on breastfeeding. METHODS: Data from a national survey conducted in England ...

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Journal:
Child: care, health and development
Volume:
37
Issue:
5
Pages:
744-753
Publication date:
2011-09-05
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EISSN:
1365-2214
ISSN:
0305-1862
URN:
uuid:0ac9e663-a5ba-4b77-8273-a642b678e3ff
Source identifiers:
244398
Local pid:
pubs:244398

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