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The Study on the Incidence of Breast feeding and Related Factors
Choi, S S , Lee, E H , Youn, K H , Sim, B K , Choi, N H
Korean J Women Health Nurs. 1996;2(2):222-234.

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Breast-feeding, Bottle-feeding and Related Factors.
Acta Paediatrica. 1984;73(6):789-795   Crossref logo
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FACTORS RELATED TO EARLY TERMINATION OF BREAST FEEDING A Retrospective Study in Sweden
Acta Paediatrica. 1977;66(4):505-511   Crossref logo
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Factors Influencing Maternal Decision-Making on Infant Feeding Practices
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Factors related to early termination of breast-feeding in an urban population
Journal of Pediatric Health Care. 1987;1(1):50   Crossref logo
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Incidence of second primary malignancy after breast cancer and related risk factors—Is breast‐conserving surgery safe? A nested case–control study
International Journal of Cancer. 2019;146(2):352-362   Crossref logo
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Epidural analgesia: Breast-feeding success and related factors
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Will we ever increase the incidence of breast feeding?
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The Bedouin Infant Feeding Study: study design and factors influencing the duration of breast feeding
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Reflux Incidence among Exclusively Breast Milk Fed Infants: Differences of Feeding at Breast versus Pumped Milk
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