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From Undetectable Equals Untransmittable (U=U) to Breastfeeding: Is the Jump Short?

Tullio Prestileo, Adriana Sanfilippo, Lorenza Di Marco, Antonina Argo,

<h4>Background: </h4> Vertical transmission of HIV infection can occur during pregnancy, during childbirth or through breastfeeding. The recommendations issued by the various international guidelines (WHO 2010, EACS 2017, DHHS 2017) on the safety of breastfeeding of HIV-infected women in effective antiretroviral treatment do not provide univocal indications referring to individual ... Read more >>

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Anxiety and its influence on maternal breastfeeding self-efficacy* Ansiedad y su influencia en la autoeficacia para la lactancia materna Ansiedade e sua influência na autoeficácia materna para amamentação

Luciana Camargo de Oliveira Melo, Marina Cortez Pereira Bonelli, Rosa Vanessa Alves Lima, Flávia Azevedo Gomes-Sponholz, Juliana Cristina dos Santos Monteiro,

<h4>Objective:</h4> to identify the levels of anxiety and breastfeeding self-efficacy in puerperal women at the intervals of 60, 120, and 180 days postpartum; and to verify the influence of anxiety on breastfeeding self-efficacy among these puerperal women. <h4>Method:</h4> an analytical, longitudinal and prospective study, conducted with 186 puerperal women, and which used a sociodemographic ... Read more >>

Rev Lat Am Enfermagem (Revista latino-americana de enfermagem)
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Injectable versus oral first-line multiple sclerosis therapies: knows and unknowns from observational studies.

Emanuele D'Amico, Aurora Zanghì, Carlo Avolio,

Neural Regen Res (Neural regeneration research)
[2022, 17(3):567-568]

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Timely initiation of breastfeeding and associated factors among mothers with vaginal and cesarean deliveries in public hospitals of Addis Ababa

Adane Mekonnen, Zewdu Shewangizaw,

<h4>Background: </h4> WHO and UNICEF recommend breastfeeding to be initiated within the first hour of birth. It is possible to initiate breastfeeding within an hour of birth regardless of the method of delivery. Despite this, the practice of timely initiation of breastfeeding remains low in Ethiopia with both delivery modalities. ... Read more >>

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Paternal breastfeeding self-efficacy and maternal breastfeeding patterns at three months postpartum.

zahra kiaei, Shahnaz Tork Zahrani, Padideh Janati, Malihe Nasiri,

<h4>Introduction: </h4> Evidence suggests that breastfeeding has beneficial effects on both mother and baby. Fathers' attitudes and self-efficacy are effective factors in breastfeeding. Paternal breastfeeding self-efficacy means the ability of fathers to help their spouses to breastfeed their infants, which seems to affect breastfeeding. The aim of this study was ... Read more >>

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Predictors of early initiation of breast feeding; Evidence from 2019 Ethiopian mini demographic and health survey

Tadele Abate lucha, Admassu Ketsela Mengistu,

<h4>Background: </h4> World health organization (WHO) recommended all mothers should be supported to initiate breastfeeding as soon as possible after birth within the first hour. This study examined the determinants of early initiation of breastfeeding in Ethiopia by using data from 2019 Ethiopia mini demographic and health survey (EMDHS).. <h4>Methods: ... Read more >>

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Making it "work": mothers' perceptions of workplace breastfeeding and pumping at Dutch universities.

Maike Hentges, Eva Pilot,

<h4>Background</h4>Dutch breastfeeding rates are below World Health Organization's recommendations and targets despite the benefits for individuals and society. Increasing the rates is complex due to multiple breastfeeding determinants, of which maternal education and employment are dominant. This study aimed to identify the perceptions and experiences of mothers employed at Dutch ... Read more >>

Int Breastfeed J (International breastfeeding journal)
[2021, 16(1):87]

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Trends and inequalities in breastfeeding continuation from 1 to 6 weeks: findings from six population-based British cohorts, 1985-2010.

Deon A Simpson, Claire Carson, Jennifer J Kurinczuk, Maria A Quigley,

Understanding inequalities in breastfeeding practices may help to explain the UK's persistently low breastfeeding rates. A recent study using the quinquennial UK Infant Feeding Surveys (IFS) found that sociodemographic inequalities in breastfeeding initiation persisted between 1985 and 2010. The present study investigates the sociodemographic inequalities in breastfeeding continuation at 6 ... Read more >>

Eur J Clin Nutr (European journal of clinical nutrition)
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Employed mothers' breastfeeding: Exploring breastfeeding experience of employed mothers in different work environments in Ethiopia.

Firmaye Bogale Wolde, Jemal Haidar Ali, Yalemwork Getnet Mengistu,

One of the most cost-effective interventions to enhance child health with the potential to reach families of all economic backgrounds is breastfeeding. Despite the many benefits optimal breastfeeding has, its practice is low due to various barriers among which maternal employment is mentioned repeatedly. Accordingly, this study has explored the ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2021, 16(11):e0259831]

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"When a Father feels Excluded": A Qualitative Study Exploring the Role of Fathers in the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program.

Dan K Dychtwald, Girija Kaimal, Linda M Kilby, Cynthia Klobodu, Brandy-Joe Milliron,

<b>Background</b>: Evidence suggests that men can play a key role in influencing maternal health behaviours, potentially affecting birthing outcomes. However, that role may not be fostered in safety net programmes like the Special Supplemental Nutrition programme for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), a programme for which men do not qualify.<b>Purpose</b>: ... Read more >>

Int J Qual Stud Health Well-being (International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being)
[2021, 16(1):1932026]

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A Mixed-Methods Examination of Inpatient Breastfeeding Education Using a Human Factors Perspective.

Elizabeth Lerner Papautsky, Mary Dawn Koenig,

<b><i>Objective:</i></b> The objective of this study was to examine postpartum, inpatient mother-lactation educator (LE) breastfeeding education, resulting perceptions, and patient-reported worries and outcomes. In the breastfeeding literature, there is inadequate insight into the mother-LE relationship, and specifically, the extent to which contextual factors are elicited and information is tailored accordingly. ... Read more >>

Breastfeed Med (Breastfeeding medicine : the official journal of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine)
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Breastfeeding and weaning practices among mothers in Ghana: A population-based cross-sectional study.

Prince Kubi Appiah, Hubert Amu, Eric Osei, Kennedy Diema Konlan, Iddris Hadiru Mumuni, Orish Ndudiri Verner, Raymond Saa-Eru Maalman, Eunji Kim, Siwoo Kim, Mohammed Bukari, Hajun Jung, Philip Kofie, Martin Amogre Ayanore, Gregory Kofi Amenuvegbe, Martin Adjuik, Elvis Enowbeyang Tarkang, Robert Kaba Alhassan, Ernestina Safoa Donkor, Francis Bruno Zotor, Margaret Kweku, Paul Amuna, John Owusu Gyapong, So Yoon Kim,

Children need good nutrition to develop proper immune mechanisms and psychosocial maturity, but malnutrition can affect their ability to realize this. Apart from the national demographic and health survey, which is carried out every 5 years, there have not been enough documented studies on child breastfeeding and weaning practices of ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2021, 16(11):e0259442]

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Factors associated with knowledge and practice of optimal breastfeeding among mothers in Dubai.

Ameesha Aboobaker Omar, Sidrah Abdul Hakeem, Huda Bashir Kahloon, Asma Alhashmi, Reem Abdulla AlSaadi, Frederick Robert Carrick, Mahera Abdulrahman,

Although breastfeeding has been the primary source of nutrition for infants, many women do not choose to practise breastfeeding due to lack of knowledge, inability to do so or personal choices. This study aimed at determining the breastfeeding practices and examining the sociodemographic factors associated with optimal breastfeeding among mothers ... Read more >>

Int J Health Plann Manage (The International journal of health planning and management)
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Breastfeeding versus free distribution of infant formulas by the Public Health System

Flávia Galvão Cândido, Brunnella Alcântara Chagas de Freitas, Rita de Cássia Santos Soares, Jersica Martins Bittencourt, Daniela Neves Ribeiro, Dayane de Castro Morais, Camilla de Freitas Niquine, Sarah Aparecida Vieira Ribeiro, Raquel Maria Amaral Araújo, Bruna Romano Zucchetto, Taimã de Castro Carvalho, Isabela Carvalho Rezende,

ABSTRACT <h4>Objective:</h4> To characterize the situation of breastfeeding and the adequacy of prescription of infant formulas to infants assisted by a secondary care program of the Public Health System. <h4>Methods:</h4> This is a cross-sectional study with analysis of medical records of 350 infants from zero to 6 months, followed up ... Read more >>

Einstein (Sao Paulo) (Einstein (Sao Paulo, Brazil))
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Translating fathers’ support for breastfeeding into practice

Sharin Baldwin, Debra Bick, Alison Spiro,

Breastfeeding has numerous health benefits for the mother and child. For breastfeeding to be successful and continue for longer, women need adequate support. Fathers/partners play an important role in providing this support to women, but research suggests that fathers/partners often feel inadequately informed and supported by health professionals. Midwives and ... Read more >>

(Primary Health Care Research & Development)
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Explaining Variance in Breastfeeding Intentions and Behaviors Among a Cohort of Midwest Mothers Using a Theory of Planned Behavior-Based Structural Model

Anita Esquerra-Zw, Emilie Dykstra Goris, Aaron Franzen,

<h4>Background: </h4> The Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) has guided the investigation of breastfeeding since the 1980’s, incorporating the major constructs of attitudes, subjective norms/normative beliefs, perceived behavioral control, and intentions. The purpose of this research study was to define a TPB-based structural latent variable model so as to explain ... Read more >>

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What I Learned About Supporting Breastfeeding in a Dolphin Arena.

Ann L Kellams,

Breastfeed Med (Breastfeeding medicine : the official journal of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine)
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The effect of coronavirus disease 2019 on newborns.

Margaret H Kyle, Dani Dumitriu,

<h4>Purpose of review</h4>To evaluate the available literature regarding effects of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on newborns, ranging from effects related to in utero and perinatal exposure to maternal severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection, to pandemic-related stress and socioeconomic changes.<h4>Recent findings</h4>Several large studies and national registries have shown ... Read more >>

Curr Opin Pediatr (Current opinion in pediatrics)
[2021, 33(6):618-624]

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Translating fathers' support for breastfeeding into practice.

Sharin Baldwin, Debra Bick, Alison Spiro,

Breastfeeding has numerous health benefits for the mother and child. For breastfeeding to be successful and continue for longer, women need adequate support. Fathers/partners play an important role in providing this support to women, but research suggests that fathers/partners often feel inadequately informed and supported by health professionals. Midwives and ... Read more >>

Prim Health Care Res Dev (Primary health care research & development)
[2021, 22:e60]

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Barriers to optimal breast milk provision in the neonatal intensive care unit

Meera N. Sankar, Ya’el Weiner, Neha Chopra, Peiyi Kan, Zakiyah Williams, Henry C. Lee,

<h4>Objective</h4> This study examines comprehensive patient and process factors that influence breast milk use in the NICU setting. <h4>Study design</h4> We examined the association of maternal, neonatal, and family factors and lactation support systems to identify gaps in breast milk use in a retrospective study of 865 infants born in ... Read more >>

J Perinatol (Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association)
[2021, :1-7]

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Birth weight and breastfeeding are differentially associated with physical fitness components.

Laurent Béghin, Jérémy Vanhelst, Elodie Drumez, Mathilde Kersting, Denes Molnar, Anthony Kafatos, Stefaan De Henauwn, Kurt Wildhalm, Eva Karaglani, Luis A Moreno, Frédéric Gottrand,

The study purpose was to assess the impact of birth weight and breastfeeding duration on physical fitness components. Study participants were 985 adolescents boys and 1246 girls (12.5-17.5 years) participating in the HELENA study. Standardised physical fitness procedures included: cardio-respiratory fitness, flexibility, upper body muscular strength, and lower body explosive ... Read more >>

Eur J Clin Nutr (European journal of clinical nutrition)
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Exclusive breastfeeding in rural Western China: does father's co-residence matter?

Jingchun Nie, Lifang Zhang, Shuyi Song, Andrew John Hartnett, Zhuo Liu, Nan Wang, Weiqi Nie, Jie Yang, Ying Li, Yaojiang Shi,

<h4>Background</h4>China suffers from a low exclusive breastfeeding rate. Though it has been proofed that paternal support benefits breastfeeding a lot, the correlation between father's co-residence and exclusive breastfeeding in China remain undiscovered. This study is to provide population-based evidence for the association of paternal co-residence on exclusive breastfeeding in rural ... Read more >>

BMC Public Health (BMC public health)
[2021, 21(1):1981]

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Predictors for timely initiation of breastfeeding after birth in the hospitals of Nepal- a prospective observational study.

Rejina Gurung, Avinash K Sunny, Prajwal Paudel, Pratiksha Bhattarai, Omkar Basnet, Srijana Sharma, Durgalaxmi Shrestha, Seema Sharma, Honey Malla, Dela Singh, Sangeeta Mishra, Ashish Kc,

<h4>Background</h4>Timely initiation of breastfeeding can reduce neonatal morbidities and mortality. We aimed to study predictors for timely initiation of breastfeeding (within 1 h of birth) among neonates born in hospitals of Nepal.<h4>Method</h4>A prospective observational study was conducted in four public hospitals between July and October 2018. All women admitted in ... Read more >>

Int Breastfeed J (International breastfeeding journal)
[2021, 16(1):85]

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Factors Associated with Exclusive Breastfeeding in the State of Kuwait

Tahani Alwaalan, Tareq Al-Aati, Salwa Al-Mutairi,

<h4>Aim: </h4> To determine the factors influencing breastfeeding continuation for the first six months of a baby's life. <h4>Method: </h4> A cross-sectional study was conducted by the research team via an interview-based questionnaire and interviewer at Al-Sabah Maternity Hospital. A total of 316 Kuwaiti and non-Kuwaiti subjects participated in this ... Read more >>

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Breastfeeding Supportive Services in Baby-Friendly Hospitals Positively Influenced Exclusive Breastfeeding Practice at Hospitalization Discharge and Six Months Postpartum

Lingling Li, Heqing Song, Yu Zhang, Hang Li, Mu Li, Hong Jiang, Yajuan Yang, Ying Wu, Chunyi Gu, Yulian Yu, Xu Qian,

Background: Studies have shown that implementing the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding of the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative can protect, promote, and support breastfeeding. However, few studies have valuated the quality of breastfeeding supportive services provided by Baby-Friendly Hospitals from the perspective of service users. Methods: This was a hospital-based prospective ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2021, 18(21):]

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