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Pumping on the job is worth any hassles, breast-feeding moms say

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08/04/2017
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Pumping on the job is worth any hassles, breast-feeding moms say

As nurse manager of the postpartum unit and lactation division at Naval Medical Center San Diego, Navy Lt. Cmdr. Melissa Rosloniec knows that breast-feeding benefits both mother and child. As a working mom who’s nursing a 10-month-old, she also knows it’s hard.

“It can start out being a lot more difficult than you think it’s going to be,” Rosloniec said, noting some babies have trouble latching on to the breast, and some mothers have difficulty producing enough milk.

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DHITS 2017 Attendees Interviews – 4

The Defense Health Information Technology Symposium kicked off July 25 in Orlando, Fla., bringing together 3,000 health military health system representatives and health information technology vendors from around the world. This is the fourth of four videos where we stopped and asked attendees to tell us why this gathering is an important part of the military health system information technology strategy.

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