The researchers analyzed data from nearly 28,000 women who completed questionnaires during pregnancy and six months postpartum.One of seven exclusive breastfeedsNorwegian health authorities recommended that babies breastfed exclusively until six months old. However the study shows that only 15 % of mothers, or just one of seven, only breastfed for so long. Among the participants 85 % breastfeeding breastfeeding at six months – 15 % of them were only breast milk, while the other supplemented with milk or porridge. The remaining 15 % had ceased to breastfeed. Among the women worried Affected.
In the in the the Journal of Pediatrics.LinksThe impact of maternal negative affectivity and general self-efficacy on breastfeeding: the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study About the Norwegian Institute of Public HealthOur goal is to to improve public health through promotion of good health and prevention of disease. The Norwegian Institute of Public Health is a national center of excellence in the fields of epidemiology, mental health, combat infectious diseases, environmental medicine, forensic toxicology and drug abuse.In discovery of unreliable information, DTB writing to DH, the Royal College of Obstetricians and the Health Protection Agency , they warn their erroneous advice under this condition in its current guideline.
DTB noted that of these risks contrary to date many years of advice from to the DH, and HPA.2_4 RCOG guidelines from these bodies have suggested that the risk of fetal varicella syndrome for maternal infection to the first 20 weeks the gestation restricted. Samantha Flack & Alerts Media Relations Officer Which, 2 Marylebone Road.