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The baby-friendly hospital initiative and breastfeeding at birth in Brazil: a cross sectional study

Breastfeeding in the first hour after birth is important for the success of breastfeeding and in reducing neonatal mortality. Government policies are being developed in this direction, highlighting the accredi...
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