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A study of five-year retrospective data on breastfeeding practices and introduction of solids amongst Tasmanian children

A study of five-year retrospective data on breastfeeding practices and introduction of solids amongst Tasmanian children

Australian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 58(3): 169-173

Infant feeding research in Tasmania in the 1970s, the 1980s and the late 1990s has highlighted the lower rates of breastfeeding compared with levels in other Australian states. The objective of this pilot study was to contribute to the development of an infant feeding minimum data set for Tasmania with a survey using an established data collection system.

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