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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Why Breastfeeding Matters - Ep. 609

  • Aired: 08/03/2011
  • 49:13
  • Rating: TV-G
Anne Eglash, a professor at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, explains the history of infant feeding in the US. Learn why breastfeeding is an important contemporary public health issue and what barriers prevent us from increasing our breastfeeding rates.
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Join Anne Eglash and review the history of breastfeeding in the United States.
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