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Factors influencing exclusive breast-feeding in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria.

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Mothers' attitudes towards donated breastmilk in Jos, Nigeria.

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The determinants of exclusive breast feeding in urban slums: a community based study.

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What influences the uptake and early cessation of breast feeding?

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Exclusive breastfeeding--the relationship between maternal perception and practice.

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Determinants of breastfeeding pattern among nursing mothers in Anambra State, Nigeria.

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Current knowledge and practice of exclusive breastfeeding among mothers in Jos, Nigeria.

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Factors associated with exclusive breastfeeding in Accra, Ghana.

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An educational intervention on promotion of breast feeding complemented by continuing support.

Neyzi O, Güleçyüz M, Dinçer Z, Olgun P, Kutluay T, Uzel N, Saner G.

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How to achieve long-term breast-feeding: factors associated with early discontinuation.

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Effect of low cost public health staff training on exclusive breastfeeding.

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Using community volunteers to promote exclusive breastfeeding in Sokoto State, Nigeria.

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Breastfeeding knowledge and practices amongst mothers in a rural population of North India: a community-based study.

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The opinions of employed mothers about their own nutrition during lactation: a questionnaire survey.

Kulakac O, Oncel S, Meydanlioglu A, Muslu L.

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Mothers' knowledge and belief on breast feeding.

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Factors influencing adherence to exclusive breast feeding among HIV positive mothers in Kabarole district, Uganda.

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Promoting exclusive breastfeeding for 4-6 months in Honduras: attitudes of mothers and barriers to compliance.

Cohen RJ, Brown KH, Rivera LL, Dewey KG.

J Hum Lact. 1999 Mar;15(1):9-18.

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Promoting successful breast feeding among women with a low income.

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Midwifery. 1998 Jun;14(2):94-100.

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