The importance of the breastfeeding relationship is crucial, but in order to support breastfeeding, mothers should take some time off to leave room for some breastfeeding time.
This is where paid family and medical leaves come in. In honor of National Breastfeeding Month, CLASP and the Breastfeeding Task Force of Los Angeles presented a fact sheet that features links between paid family and medical leave and breastfeeding.
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