Healthy Choices

November 10, 2015 8:33 AM

Most California mothers breast-feed newborns, but race gap persists

California hospitals report more than 93 percent of moms at least try breast-feeding

Rate drops dramatically for those exclusively breast-feeding, especially African American, Asian and Hispanic mothers

State pushing to get more maternity hospitals designated as ‘baby friendly’ for breast-feeding

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