Breastfeeding duration and its relation to weight gain, eating behaviours and positive maternal feeding practices in infancy
Rogers, Samantha L.; Blissett, Jackie;
Research examining the relationship between breastfeeding and infant weight has generated conflicting results. Few studies account for significant covariates and many suffer methodological problems such as retrospective self-report. The current study aimed to investigat... View more
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