How Can You Set Up a Breastfeeding System?
April 24, 2000 (New York) -- Although 48% of the workforce is female, according to the Families and Work Institute in New York City, breastfeeding is not yet a commonly discussed topic at the office. "Breastfeeding in the workplace is a need," says lactation consultant Rhona Cohen, "but it is a hidden need." If you'd like your employer to help enable you to continue breastfeeding, here's what to do:
Eileen Garred is a senior editor at Child magazine. She lives in New York City and has one daughter.
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