The study on maternity leave and breastfeeding in the January issue of the journal Pediatrics Using data from 770 full-time working mothers in Southern California, breastfeeding. Whether maternity leaving predicted breastfeeding establishment, leave defined in this study as breastfeeding for at least 30 days after delivery. Phone interviews were conducted 4.5 months, on average, after the delivery.
The study on the use of antenatal leave – time off before delivery with the expectation of of returning to the employer after the birth – and the rate of C – sections is the first examination of birth outcomes in U.S. Working women, the researchers will it appear in the January / February print issue of the journal women’s Health issues. Indicate 18 percent of the plans are not that beneficiaries could submitted to try to to try to get a cover for an uncovered drug;10 percent of the plans not to identify coverage limits for prescription drug benefits;52 percent of the plans do not offer hours of operation for customer service call center, and10 percent of the plans told listed telephone numbers for people with hearing impairments in a different font size and style as other telephone numbers.CMS Administrator Mark McClellan: significant changes made to MA plan marketing materials prior to the start of the drug benefit since the issues in the report identifies reduced./ Seattle Post-Intelligencer.. Of districts established, would need Washington shall school at medicine Precise sex education, poll Does curriculum difference between the on inserted a draft legislation Tuesday by Washington state Rep. Shay Shual – Berkenhoff school district would deliver in a state, sexuality education teach medically and scientifically accurate information, that AP / Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports. Sex education not obligatory in the state, though HIV / AIDS prevention training is required. A report released Tuesday by the Healthy Youth Alliance, found a group represented the young should increase access to accurate sex education in the government, that a third of to the Washington school districts non allow teachers Kondome or any other form of contraceptive methods discuss and to 20 percent that school districts to teach in that abstinence from the only option in order to prevent pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.