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Anyone read the news that UK breastfeeding rates have risen over the last few decades?
That's great! I guess mothers are able to breastfeed more than they used to.
Maybe not. Could just be an increase in the numbers of those mothers who were able to breastfeed anyways.
Ok, but does it really matter which it is? I mean, it's a good thing either way, right?
Well, if mothers are more able to breastfeed now, then it's important to know which interventions have been most helpful, and whether they were helpful to all mothers or just some.
And if it is due to changing population characteristics, then mothers who were never able to breastfeed may continue to be left behind by public health interventions.
Fascinating. Someone should do a study to see which it is. I'd sure like to know. Well, I'm off. Have a great day!
Thanks, you too. Actually I read that someone at NPEU will talk about this on March 9th at 1:15pm. We should go.
Great idea! I'll definitely be there. Have a great day you two!
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