Metrics details. Migration to another country has a potential influence on breastfeeding practices. A significant difference in breastfeeding rates between Irish nationals and non-nationals has been reported. This study was conducted to explore breastfeeding practices of the Chinese in Ireland, one of the largest Irish ethnic groups, and to explore the influence of living in Ireland on breastfeeding practices. This is the first and the only migration study so far on breastfeeding practices among the Chinese in Ireland. A sequential explanatory mixed methods approach was adopted.
Beijing CNN A photo of a woman nursing her baby in a crowded Beijing subway train has unleashed a furious -- and some say much needed -- debate over breastfeeding in public in China. This image of a woman breastfeeding her baby on a crowded Beijing subway has been widely shared on Chinese social media site Weibo. Story highlights Photo of nursing mother goes viral on Chinese social media Pictures ignites debate over breastfeeding in public Breastfeeding rates in China below global average. A passenger posted the original photo on Weibo, China's equivalent to Twitter, with the caption: "Let me remind you -- this is a Beijing subway not a bus running in your village. The snapshot went viral after being reposted by Beijing Tale -- a volunteer organization that helps clean up subway flyers.
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A study is looking into the coercive practice in Uganda, amid calls for the government to address the issue. Jane said her husband started asking for her milk the night she came home from the hospital after giving birth. I felt it was OK. The study focused on the rural Buikwe district, in the central region, where the behaviour is reported to be common. The preliminary research suggested that men often drink before the child is fed, usually once a day, sometimes more frequently, and for about an hour at a time.
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