Russell J. Quimco, Jan Vincent T. Bacon, Jeramie G. Borgonia, Daisy L. Cinco, Hazel T. Daño, John Michelle A. Dumaguing, Vanessa A. Jose, Adam Swen A. Malingin, Warlebil T. Najarro, Glen Mark O. Pastorpeli, Marie Cathroina M. Ponce, Rissa L. Romero, Kriselle Joy A. Santos, Karlou W. Tatang, Grethel Ann B. Tubo
More is learnt on an ongoing basis about the suitability of breast milk for human infants and the positive effects for the mother and the child for short and long-term health. However, MIDIRS (2003) cite evidence which suggest that only 20% of babies are exclusively breast fed at 3 months of age. . . .