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Factors affecting breastfeeding adherence among Chinese mothers: A multicenter study.

Breastfeeding is beneficial for both infant and mother, but discontinuation of breastfeeding is very common.To investigate maternal breastfeeding intention and the rate of breastfeeding based on the theory of reasoned action, and analyze the predominant factors associated with breastfeeding and breastfeeding problems.This observational study was conducted in 3 hospitals. Three researchers recruited women at 3 time points in the hospitals: initial documentation of pregnancy at the outpatient department, pren...

Family members' infant feeding preferences, maternal breastfeeding exposures and exclusive breastfeeding intentions.

Maternal breastfeeding intentions are strongly associated with breastfeeding exclusivity and duration. Factors that affect new mothers' exclusive breastfeeding intentions have not been adequately examined.

The Impact of the Professional Qualifications of the Prenatal Care Provider on Breastfeeding Duration.

A prenatal commitment to breastfeed is a strong predictor for breastfeeding success. Prenatal care providers have the opportunity to educate and promote breastfeeding. However, differences in education and training between healthcare providers such as physicians and midwives may result in differing breastfeeding outcomes. This study explores whether breastfeeding initiation and duration differ by prenatal care provider.

A 2017 Update: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Contributions and Investments in Breastfeeding.

Given that breastfeeding is important to the health of infants and their mothers, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) goal is to ensure that new mothers understand the benefits of breastfeeding and, when they choose to breastfeed, have the supports they need to successfully initiate and continue breastfeeding until they reach their goals. This report summarizes CDC's current contributions and investments in breastfeeding.

Prepregnancy Body Mass Index Shift Across Gestation: An Association with Breastfeeding Practices?

Research has shown that mother's obesity and underweight are major risk factors for reduced initiation, duration, and exclusivity of breastfeeding.

The Hispanic Paradox: Socioeconomic Factors and Race/Ethnicity in Breastfeeding Outcomes.

Breastfeeding has multiple benefits for both mother and infant. Previous studies have shown that Hispanic/Latina women have higher rates of breastfeeding and better health outcomes than non-Hispanic black (NHB) women of similar socioeconomic status. Our primary objective was to explore the association of race/ethnicity with breastfeeding rates and the impact of socioeconomic factors on initiation and continuation of breastfeeding.

Environmental Scan of Breastfeeding Resources in Canadian Neonatal Intensive Care Units.

We conducted an environmental scan using a mixed methods approach to determine the types and frequencies of breastfeeding resources available to mothers of infants in Canadian NICUs. Through interviews with key informants, we identified six categories of resources: breastfeeding-friendly layout, breastfeeding support personnel, breastfeeding education for mothers, breast pump-related resources, coordination of postdischarge breastfeeding support, and breastfeeding-related policies. Findings from this nation...

Association Between Type of Health Professional at Birth and Exclusive Breastfeeding.

Although benefits of breastfeeding for infants, women, and society are well established, breastfeeding rates in the United States remain below the Healthy People 2020 goals. Various factors are known to influence breastfeeding practices. Limited research has been conducted to examine the influence of type of birth attendant on exclusive breastfeeding.

Beyond the latch: A new approach to breastfeeding.

Health professionals supporting breastfeeding play an important role in women successfully achieving their breastfeeding goals. Instrumental knowledge has dominated health professionals' breastfeeding education and practice. Because breastfeeding is a contextual and embodied experience, a relational orientation is required to identify effective strategies to support women. A relational inquiry approach to breastfeeding practice offers a practical way to support women to better achieve their breastfeeding go...

E-learning to Improve Healthcare Professionals' Attitudes and Practices on Breastfeeding.

Breastfeeding training has a crucial role in increasing healthcare professionals' attitudes and in improving professional support for breastfeeding. The collaboration between the Italian National Institute of Health, UNICEF, and the Local Health Authority of Milan has led to the development of an online course on lactation and infant feeding practices.

Effect of educational and support interventions on long-term breastfeeding rates in primiparous women: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Long-term breastfeeding, including exclusive breastfeeding for six months and continuation of breastfeeding with complementary food until two years of age, has been recommended by the World Health Organization. However, despite the clear benefits of long-term breastfeeding (six months and beyond), the rates of breastfeeding still continue to remain low. Although there are some individual interventional studies that aimed to increase prolonged breastfeeding rates among both multiparous and primiparous women,...

Expanding Community Support for Breastfeeding: The Role of Fathers.

Breastfeeding Education and Support Services Provided to Family Medicine and Obstetrics-Gynecology Residents.

Breastfeeding education is known to be insufficient in pediatric (PEDS) training and is, in part, responsible for suboptimal rates of breastfeeding. No recent studies about the level of education provided to family medicine (FM) and obstetrics-gynecology (OB) residency trainees are available.

Breastfeeding and Maternal Hypertension.

Little is known about the relationship between breastfeeding and hypertension. We performed this study to identify whether breastfeeding itself influenced maternal hypertension and whether degree of obesity or insulin sensitivity would contribute to the relationship between breastfeeding and hypertension in postmenopausal women.

Medication Information Sources for Breastfeeding Mothers.

Supporting Breastfeeding Moms at Work: How a Doctor's Note Can Make the Difference.

One of the most critical junctures for community support of breastfeeding is the mother's return to work. When breastfeeding workers have access to both time and space for expressing breast milk, they are more likely to breastfeed for the recommended term, yet many mothers still struggle to access these simple accommodations in their workplace. Healthcare providers can and should aid nursing mothers in accessing these accommodations. One tangible way to offer support for continued breastfeeding upon return ...

Experiences of Racism and Breastfeeding Initiation and Duration Among First-Time Mothers of the Black Women's Health Study.

Breastfeeding rates are lower for black women in the USA compared with other groups. Breastfeeding and lactation are sensitive time points in the life course, centering breastfeeding as a health equity issue. In the USA, experiences of racism have been linked to poor health outcomes but racism relative to breastfeeding has not been extensively investigated.

An Editor's Perspective on Breastfeeding Terminology.

Breastfeeding Peer Support Program Increases Breastfeeding Duration Rates Among Middle- to High-Income Women.

Research has shown that women with low socioeconomic status and lack of breastfeeding support often breastfeed for shorter durations. Little research has been done on the effects of a breastfeeding peer support program for women from middle- to high-socioeconomic status.

Breastfeeding Among Women With Physical Disabilities in the United States.

The benefits of breastfeeding are well established, and breastfeeding is now widely practiced in the United States. Although increasing numbers of women with physical disabilities are having children, little information is available about breastfeeding practices among these women. Nonetheless, the children of women with physical disabilities should benefit from breastfeeding just as children of nondisabled mothers do. Research aim: This study aimed to explore the facilitators and barriers to breastfeeding a...

Treating Hypertension During Breastfeeding.

Perspective on Breastfeeding Terminology.

A Comparison of Factors Associated with Cessation of Exclusive Breastfeeding at 3 and 6 Months.

To analyze the association of labor and sociodemographic factors with cessation of exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) at 3 and 6 months of life.

Family-Centered Breastfeeding Education to Promote Primiparas' Exclusive Breastfeeding in China.

Few breastfeeding education programs focus on primiparas and the importance of family members on exclusive breastfeeding in China. Research aim: This study aimed to explore the influence of a family-centered breastfeeding education program in promoting exclusive breastfeeding up to 6 months postpartum and to improve women's attitude and knowledge, family members' knowledge, and family support.

Associations Between Breastfeeding and Maltreatment in Childhood.

Child maltreatment has serious implications for youth outcomes, yet its associations with early parenting practices are not fully understood. This study investigated whether breastfeeding practices are correlated with childhood maltreatment.

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