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Early findings show breastfeeding initiation rates nationally have risen and smoking in pregnancy rates have fallen. The full report will be available in summer 2012, including prevalence and duration data.

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  • Publication date21 June 2011
  • CreatorThe NHS Information Centre, IFF Research
  • ContributorLeon Green
  • Copyright© 2011 The Health and Social Care Information Centre, Lifestyle Statistics

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