Over 2/3 of Mothers Have Trouble Breast-Feeding

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A new study by the World Health Organization finds that the majority of women around the world have trouble breast-feeding their children.

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the American Academy of Pediatrics take the view that around six months of breast feeding is a target bench mark, meaning only breast milk and medications or micronutrient supplements, but no other liquids or solids. Surveys have shown that few mothers achieve this goal in the US, but it was not specifically known whether this was by accident or design. 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention conducted a survey of pregnant women about their intentions for exclusive breast-feeding and published their results under the title:”Baby-Friendly Hospital Practices and Meeting Exclusive Breastfeeding Intention.”

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