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Breastfeeding pathologies: analysis of prevalence, risk and protective factors.

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Summary of "Breastfeeding pathologies: analysis of prevalence, risk and protective factors."

Breastfeeding is essential for the health of mothers and newborns, and it is recommended by WHO-UNICEF as the sole source of nutrition and protection for the first 6 months of life and beyond. In order to fully promote this practice, it is important to recognize early conditions that can lead to pathological breastfeeding.

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Name: Acta bio-medica : Atenei Parmensis
ISSN: 0392-4203
Pages: 56-62

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