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    • Demographic affects of breast feeding 

      Holzhall, Vincent (Lambda Alpha Anthropology Honors Society at Wichita State University, 1990)
      As demonstrated in this paper, breast feeding directly affects the demographic variables of birth and death. In particular, a breast feeding population tends to experience a lower growth rate coupled with a lowered infant ...
    • Electronic monitoring of mom's schedule (eMOMS™): A qualitative study of experiences in a lifestyle change program with lactation support 

      Jacobson, Lisette T.; Bakhache, Natalie; Dowling, Jolynn; Okut, Hayrettin; Zackula, Rosey; Robbins, David C.; Stern, Judy E.; Grainger, David A.; Befort, Christie (SAGE Publications Inc., 2023-07-18)
      Purpose: To elicit feedback from participants who completed the eMOMS™ study, a feasibility randomized controlled trial (NCT04021602), on their perceptions of program strengths and weaknesses. Study Design: Qualitative - ...
    • Indicators of effective breastfeeding and estimates of breast milk intake 

      Riordan, Janice M.; Gill-Hopple, Kathleen; Angeron, Judy (Sage Publications, 2005-11)
      The authors tested indicators of effective breastfeeding to identify those that provide reliable estimates of human milk intake. Human milk intake of 82 full-term infants was measured by test weights before and after feeding ...