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A study of early weaning determinants in Ireland based on a cross-sectional analysis of the Growing Up in Ireland infant cohort. The role of maternal Body Mass Index and formula feeding commencement on early weaning

  • P. Dominguez Castro (a1), J. Kearney (a1) and R. Layte (a2)
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A study of early weaning determinants in Ireland based on a cross-sectional analysis of the Growing Up in Ireland infant cohort. The role of maternal Body Mass Index and formula feeding commencement on early weaning

  • P. Dominguez Castro (a1), J. Kearney (a1) and R. Layte (a2)

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