Research looks at reasons for early breast-feeding cessation

02/19/2013 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

CDC researchers surveyed 1,177 mothers about their breast-feeding patterns and found that 60% of them decided to stop breast-feeding earlier than desired. The leading concerns of these mothers were lactating problems, maternal and infant health issues, and milk-pumping difficulties, according to the study published in Pediatrics.

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