Less Than Half of Women Breastfeed After Two Months, Survey Finds

While the World Health Organization and other baby specialists recommend breastfeeding for at least six months and up to age 2, many mothers stop after only a couple of months, The Guardian reports. A survey found a variety of reasons for switching to bottles, including pain, embarrassment to feed in public, and the need to take medications that the mothers didn’t want their babies to get through their breastmilk. This is a shame because breastfeeding not only is the most natural...

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