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Breastfeeding may reduce diabetes risk for your child. Do you think breastfeeding is best for your family?
Yes, I breastfed one or more of my children.
 
No, I chose not to breastfeed.
 
I do not have children yet, but plan on breastfeeding when I do.
 
I do not have children yet, but will not breastfeed when I do.
 
I do not have children and am undecided on breastfeeding.
 
I do not plan on having children.
 
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by Brenda Bell
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