Employers need to do more to help breastfeeding moms

Employers need to do more to help breastfeeding moms | @Health24com

25.2.2020

Employers need to do more to help breastfeeding moms | Health24com

Employers need to make it easier for women to work and raise young children, and it shouldn't be a choice of one or the other, according to a recent survey.

for both the mother and the infant, and we know that returning to work is a significant challenge for breastfeeding continuation," said lead author Rachel McCardel, a doctoral student in UGA's College of Public Health.A little effort by employers could correct that, said Padilla, an assistant professor of health promotion and behaviour at the university.

Employers need to make it easier for women to work and raise young children."It shouldn't be a choice of one or the other," Padilla said.

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