Study: Many women quit breast-feeding before 6 months

12/28/2009 | Bloomberg Businessweek

A study in Pediatrics of 770 working women found that many women did not continue exclusive breast-feeding for six months. Full-time workers who had short maternity leaves were most likely to quit breast-feeding early, while women with more workplace benefits were more likely to continue breast-feeding, researchers said.

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