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  • Long-Term Breastfeeding in African American Mothers. [Journal Article]
  • JHJ Hum Lact 2016 Dec 01; :890334416680180
  • Gross TT, Davis M, … Hilyard K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Women who participated in this study breastfed for longer durations than the national average for African Americans. Findings can inform practice and research efforts to improve breastfeeding rates in this population using lessons learned from successful women.
  • Trends in Weight-for-Length Among Infants in WIC From 2000 to 2014. [Journal Article]
  • PedPediatrics 2017; 139(1)
  • Freedman DS, Sharma AJ, … Blanck HM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although the current results cannot be considered representative of infants in the populations, the prevalence of a high weight-for-length has decreased among infants in WIC-PC since 2010. These decreases were similar across categories of most characteristics, but there were substantial differences across jurisdictions, possibly reflecting differences in policy and local programs that target maternal and infant health.
  • Towards an open grapevine information system. [Review]
  • HRHortic Res 2016; 3:16056
  • Adam-Blondon AF, Alaux M, … Quesneville H
  • Viticulture, like other fields of agriculture, is currently facing important challenges that will be addressed only through sustained, dedicated and coordinated research. Although the methods used in...
  • Association Between WIC Enrollment and Exclusive Breastfeeding at 3 Months Postpartum Among Low-Income Mothers. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Am Osteopath Assoc 2016 Dec 01; 116(12):770-779
  • Francescon J, Haile ZT, … Chertok I
  • CONCLUSIONS: Women who were enrolled in WIC and who received information about feeding infants were less likely to exclusively breastfeed than women not in WIC. Continued improvement and adjustment to the existing WIC breastfeeding program could potentially improve these rates. Additional studies that examine the quality of WIC services provided, especially those pertaining to breastfeeding programs, are warranted.
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