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Relationship between infant feeding and exclusion rate from child care because of illness


Journal of the American Dietetic Association 93(7): 809-811
Relationship between infant feeding and exclusion rate from child care because of illness
To our knowledge, no research has investigated the relationship between infant feeding and exclusion or absence rate from child care because of illness. Therefore, the purpose of the study was to determine whether feeding mode is associated with exclusion from child care because of illness and subsequent maternal loss of time from employment or school.

Accession: 002477834

PMID: 8320409

DOI: 10.1016/0002-8223(93)91759-J

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