Supplementary Feeding in Early Infancy

by John Haaga

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This research brief describes work documented in Evidence of a Reversal of the Breastfeeding Decline in Peninsular Malaysia (N-2147-AID) and The Choice of Milk Substitute or Supplementary Food for Malaysian Infants: A Conditional Logistic Analysis (N-2148-AID).

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