Exclusive breastfeeding stops by two months for half: study

exclusive breastfeeding: mother breastfeeding young baby
University of Tasmania researchers who studied data from 22,000 mother and infant pairs have found that babies being fed exclusively breast milk is not common, and that half of the infants who start exclusive breastfeeding in Australia stop by the age of two months. The researchers from the university’s Menzies Institute for Medical Research and

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