Race, weight affect breast-feeding rates among women

01/25/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Obese woman may not breast-feed as much or for as long as normal-weight mothers, a study found. Researchers said more white women initiated breast-feeding and did it longer than black women, but among whites, breast-feeding rates were highest among those of normal weight.

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