Who Pays for the Health Benefits of Exclusive Breastfeeding? An Analysis of Maternal Time Costs
Background: The benefits of exclusive breastfeeding, including public health cost savings, are widely recognized, but breastfeeding requires maternal time investments. Objective: This study investigates the time taken to exclusively breastfeed at 6 months
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