WIC National Breastfeeding Week

January 1998
Mothering;Jan/Feb98, Issue 86, p62
Reports on the proclamation of August 1-7, 1997 as the National Breastfeeding Week by the United States Secretary of Agriculture. US Secretary of Agriculture's declaration on breastfeeding; Increase in breastfeeding acknowledged by the proclamation.


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