CDC: More effort is needed to increase U.S. breast-feeding rates

09/14/2010 | Reuters

CDC researchers found that only 43% of U.S. mothers breast-fed their newborn babies up to six months and only 22% did so at one year. "We need to direct even more effort toward making sure mothers have the support they need in hospitals, workplaces and communities to continue breast-feeding beyond the first few days of life," said Dr. William Dietz, director of CDC's Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity.

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