A great commentary: Is it wrong to talk about the public health importance of breastfeeding?

Is it wrong to talk about the public health importance of breastfeeding?
phdoula.blogspot.com

So there was this article in Pediatrics that estimated there are 911 preventable deaths a year in the U.S. due to lack of breastfeeding.

Should we not say that? The comments sections of a lot of the media coverage of this article, and several bloggers, think so. Apparently, saying that lack of breastfeeding has real public health consequences is making women feel bad…

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