Maternal factors associated with prematurity in public maternity hospitals at the Brazilian Western Amazon.
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This study details the development and implementation of the Infant Feeding Resource Tool (InFeed) in retail settings across Montana (n = 21). Interrater reliability was tested (n = 9), kappa 0.620. Analysis of variance found significant differences by rurality for InFeed scores, with infant feeding resources lacking in more rural Montana retail settings: Formula, p = .05 (rounded value); Equipment, p = .02; and Total, p = .03. Prices of infant feeding resources did not differ by rurality and InFeed scores did not differ by store type. PMID: 32467747 [PubMed]
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