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Location: Hawaii
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Topic: Breastfeeding two months postpartum by income
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Breastfeeding two months postpartum by income: Hawaii, 2011

Note: Vertical lines in graph represent 95% confidence intervals.
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• In Hawaii in 2011, 71.8% of women in households with an annual income of <$10000 reported still breastfeeding eight weeks (two month) after delivery, compared to 73.4% among $10000-$24999, 74.9% in $25000-$49999, and 86.6% in $50000+. 

Footnotes

  • Breastfeeding, two months: mother reported still breastfeeding eight weeks after delivery.
  • Due to methodological changes, data by income are only available beginning in 2004.
  • For more information about the availability of PRAMS data by state and year, refer to the Calculations page.

Source

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System.
  • Retrieved August 09, 2020, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.