Ethnic variation in infant-feeding practices in the Netherlands and weight gain at 4 months.


This prospective study of 4438 infants (0-4 months) examined differences in infant-feeding patterns in relation to the ethnic origin of their mothers, based on the mother's native language: Dutch (87%), Turkish (4%), Moroccan (3%), other European languages (3%), and various other languages (4%). Breastfeeding at birth varied between 75% and 94%. Dutch and… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0890334407311338


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