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Complementary feeding patterns in a developing country: a cross-sectional study across Lebanon
Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal
This first, large-scale study on complementary feeding in Lebanon analysed the timing and types of food introduced to infants according to mothers' demographic and socioeconomic and infants' characteristics. A cross-sectional survey over 10 months found that the majority of infants were introduced to solid foods at or after 4 months of age. A large number of infants were given liquids other than breast or formula milk earlier. Women in employment outside the home were almost twice as likely topmid:20799572 fatcat:4h2dnw5dmzavnh3x2u5tk62ft4