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- Siregar, Adiatma Y. M.; Pitriyan, Pipit; Walters, Dylan
- International breastfeeding journal 2018 v.13 no.1 pp. 10
- opportunity costs, etc ; World Health Organization; breast feeding; children; cognition; cost effectiveness; cross-sectional studies; data collection; diarrhea; discount rate; disease prevalence; economic impact; health care workers; health services; health surveys; infants; interviews; morbidity; mortality; patients; pneumonia; relative risk; transportation; Indonesia; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: In Indonesia, 96% of children (< 24mo) are breastfed. However, only 42% of children (< 6mo) are exclusively breastfed, as per World Health Organization recommendations. Breastfeeding provides protective benefits such as reducing the risk of morbidity and mortality associated with diarrhea and pneumonia/respiratory disease (PRD). This study estimates the potential economic impact of not ...
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- Salmon, Libby
- International breastfeeding journal 2015 v.10 no.1 pp. 7
- opportunity costs, etc ; Internet; World Health Organization; affordability; breast feeding; breast milk; child nutrition; children; environmental sustainability; equipment; ethics; food safety; food security; guidelines; human rights; income; infant feeding; infant formulas; infants; issues and policy; labor; markets; milk; milk production; milk substitutes; politics; trade; China; Show all 28 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: Increased global demand for imported breast milk substitutes (infant formula, follow-on formula and toddler milks) in Asia, particularly China, and food safety recalls have led to shortages of these products in high income countries. At the same time, commodification and trade of expressed breast milk have fuelled debate about its regulation, cost and distribution. In many economies su ...
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