Exploring physiotherapists’ clinical definition and diagnosis of inflammatory conditions of the lactating breast in Australia: a mixed methods study

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Differences in physiotherapy intervention practices for mastitis have been shown across Australian regions and facilities and it is unknown if this is associated with physiotherapists’ definition and diagnosis...
Emma Heron, Tanya Maselli, Adelle McArdle, Beatriz I. R. de Oliveira and Leanda McKenna

“I was determined to breastfeed, and I always found a solution”: successful experiences of exclusive breastfeeding among Chinese mothers in Ireland

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The prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding for at least 4 months was previously found to be very low among Chinese immigrants in Ireland, at 5.8% (Zhou et al., Front Public Health 6:351, 2018). This study inves...
Qianling Zhou, Haoyue Chen, Katherine M. Younger, Tanya M. Cassidy and John M. Kearney

“If I have money, I cannot allow my baby to breastfeed only …” barriers and facilitators to scale-up of peer counselling for exclusive breastfeeding in Uganda

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Early initiation and exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months reduces infant morbidity and mortality and can positively impact on cognitive function. In Uganda, exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months is recommended ...
Joseph Rujumba, Grace Ndeezi, Victoria Nankabirwa, Mary Kwagala, Michelle Mukochi, Abdoulaye Hama Diallo, Nicolas Meda, Ingunn M. S. Engebretsen, Thorkild Tylleskär and James Tumwine

Helpful and challenging aspects of breastfeeding in public for women living in Australia, Ireland and Sweden: a cross-sectional study

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Breastfeeding in public continues to be contentious with qualitative evidence confirming that women face many challenges. It is therefore important to gain understanding of not only the challenges but also wha...
Yvonne L. Hauck, Lesley Kuliukas, Louise Gallagher, Vivienne Brady, Charlotta Dykes and Christine Rubertsson

Acceptability of donor breastmilk banking among health workers: a cross-sectional survey in Zimbabwean urban settings

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The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that donor human milk is superior to artificial infant formula in situations where the baby cannot feed on the mother’s breastmilk. The purpose of this study was to ...
Dexter T. Chagwena, Felistas Mugariri, Bhekimpilo Sithole, Steady Faith Mataga, Ruvimbo Danda, Tonderayi M. Matsungo and Charles C. Maponga

The role of prenatal food insecurity on breastfeeding behaviors: findings from the United States pregnancy risk assessment monitoring system

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In addition to its health and nutritional benefits, breastfeeding can save low-income, food insecure mothers the cost of infant formula so that money can be spent on food and other necessities. Yet breastfeedi...
Lauren M. Dinour, Elizabeth I. Rivera Rodas, Ndidiamaka N. Amutah-Onukagha and Laurén A. Doamekpor


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