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Breastfeeding support for hospital employees increasing, except child care

29 days ago   |   By Healio

ORLANDO - Although hospitals in the United States provided more breastfeeding support to their employees between 2007 and 2015, less than 2% of respondents offered all seven breastfeeding supports included in a CDC survey of the hospitals, according to a presentation at the AAP National Conference & Exhibition.
“Hospital supports for breastfeeding have been increasing, except for on-site child care, so hospitals may want to consider reviewing those supports that they provide to their employees to ensure that they are providing employees the ability to be able to maintain
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