Peer support for breastfeeding in the UK

Phipps, Belinda
March 2006
British Journal of General Practice;Mar2006, Vol. 56 Issue 524, p166
Academic Journal
The article discusses the government's policy on breastfeeding in Great Britain. Reason mothers stop giving breastfeeding; Diseases that can be acquired by babies who are not breastfed; Discussion on the Baby Friendly Initiative and peer support on breastfeeding.


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