But Margaret Gibson wrote: "Not everyone has the ability to breast-feed
so these 'experts' are just putting undue stress on to new mothers."
That divergence starts the day new moms get back to the office, especially for those who choose to breast-feed
. "There's a real incompatibility in the U.S.
The vice mayor said some men did not want their babies to breast-feed
because they wanted their wives' breasts for themselves only.
 Mothers may feel pressure to breast-feed
; however, in the developed world children generally grow up normally bottle fed.
Mums, I'm always looking for ammunition to persuade you to breast-feed
. There are rafts of research out there on how much babies benefit from a mother's milk, but now here's a new twist - you can benefit from breast-feeding too.
Women who breast-feed
their children and later develop breast cancer are less likely to experience a cancer recurrence, compared to women who did not breastfeed.
Muscat: Omani mothers have been urged to breast-feed
their children given the numerous benefits of the practice for children, mothers and the society, and the disadvantages of formula feeding.
Despite a series of national and local campaigns urging women to breast-feed
, statistics show fewer mums are using the method.
"We were interested to find out how that affected moms' decisions to breast-feed
The likelihood that women who intend to breast-feed
exclusively actually do so in the first week after giving birth is associated with hospital staff's approach to the practice, according to a study of U.S.
Breast Buddy is a new initiative from the Department of Health to encourage young mothers from low-income backgrounds to breast-feed
However, there has been no significant change in the percentage of women who continued to breast-feed
at 6 months of age.