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exclusive breastfeeding for at least 3–4 months with continued mixed breastfeeding until at least 6 months. Studies were stratified according to study design (controlled trials vs observational File Size: 1MB.   Breastfeeding Rates. The National Immunization Survey (NIS) provides information on the number of children who breastfeed each year, by state. Although NIS data are used to study vaccination rates, beginning in , breastfeeding questions were added and are used to track breastfeeding . Misclassification is also a potential concern, because lifetime lactation history was self-reported. Promislow and colleagues 25 examined maternal recall of breastfeeding duration among women ages 69 to The authors compared self-reported duration Cited by: This book goes a long way to prove that point, and to topple the formula industry's 70 years of lies. There is so much more to breastfeeding than "feeding" and I am grateful to this book for helping me overcome my anxieties. Nursing has turned out to be the most wonderful experience of my life, and I have this book Cited by:

Breastfeeding Peer Counseling: From Efficacy through Scale-up Chapman DJ, Morel K, Anderson AK, Damio G, Pérez-Escamilla R. Journal of Human Lactation. ; 26(3)– Clinical trials. Current and ongoing clinical trials relating to breastfeeding education for increased breastfeeding duration. A positive association between quality of life and duration of breastfeeding has been previously reported. In this study, mothers who breastfed for ±6 months reported significantly higher health . There is no upper limit to the duration of breastfeeding and no evidence of psychologic or developmental harm from breastfeeding into the third year of life or longer." The Breastfeeding Answer Book. Breastfeeding is much more than food. Natural duration of breastfeeding. Anthropologist Kathy Dettwyler’s research suggests that the normal and natural duration of breastfeeding for modern humans falls between years at a minimum and about 7 years at a maximum. Until around the last years natural term breastfeeding .

Discussion. Surveillance of U.S. breastfeeding duration and exclusivity, including monitoring for Healthy People objectives, reports estimates among all infants, regardless of whether they had initiated breastfeeding. The findings in this report demonstrate that differences between black and white infants in any and exclusive breastfeeding .   Meta-analysis was conducted to assess the association between the duration of breastfeeding and maternal hypertension. Results: Seven eligible studies that contained , participants were included in our study. Meta-analysis of these seven studies showed a significant protective effect of breastfeeding .   The long-term benefits of breastfeeding on a child’s physical and psychological health have been well-established. Several studies suggest that breastfeeding is positively related to the mother-infant relationship, and that the duration of breastfeeding . Public health agencies around the world have renewed efforts to increase the incidence and duration of breastfeeding. Maternity leave mandates present an economic policy that could help achieve these .