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Rahmi Setiyani

Lecturer, Nursing Department, Faculty of Health Sciences, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia

Understanding early complementary food practice in rural Indonesia: a qualitative study

Participants reported that the early introduction of complementary food is a common practice among Indonesian mothers. The majority of Javanese mothers live in Central and East Java, including...

How do modern parents deal with cultural beliefs about breastfeeding? A qualitative study

Background Cultural beliefs strongly affect the practice of breastfeeding. Interpretations of cultural beliefs change over time, particularly among modern parents; however, knowledge of these changes...

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