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Supporting breastfeeding in times of conflict

Author: Brandel D Falk,
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Supporting breastfeeding in times of conflict. Brandel D Falk, Israel. Leaven, Vol. 39 No. 3, June-July 2003, pp. 62-64.

www.llli.org//llleaderweb/LV/LVJunJul03p62.html

The article is based on insights of La Leche leaders during the 1990 Gulf war. No mother said about stress being a problem and causing reduction in milk.

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