Working well moms

December 1997
Mothering;Winter97, Issue 85, p67
Focuses on Cigna Corporation's onsite lactation program called Working Well Moms. Benefit received by employees who are breastfeeding; Other opportunities offered by the program to breastfeeding mothers; How the program affects infant illness.


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