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Breastfeeding Campaign Questioned

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Breastfeeding Campaign Questioned

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Breastfeeding Campaign Questioned

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A new advertising campaign designed by the Department of Health and Human Services encourages women to breastfeed infants. It also warns of the potential health risks of not breastfeeding. The American Academy of Pediatrics questions some of the campaign's health risk claims and scare tactics. NPR's Rachel Jones reports.

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