Research evidence

April 2012
Community Practitioner;Apr2012, Vol. 85 Issue 4, p18
Academic Journal
The article offers news briefs related to research evidences in Great Britain. A study shows that fathers who perceive more marital support and intimacy from their partners are more attached to their infants. A cohort study reveals that neonates with tongue-tie are at increased risk for breastfeeding difficulties. A study from the Puerto Rican Maternal and Infant Health Survey shows that women who do not consider their mothers as a primary source of support have increased odds of infant death.


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