2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1413-81232012000700025
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Abstract: (r = -0,483, p = 0,014), sendo essa correlação mais forte para meninas (r = -0,521, p = 0,016) que para os meninos (r = -0,476, p = 0,008 p=0.014). This correlation was stronger for girls p=0.008) than for boys p=0.016

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“…[4,15] Nevertheless, children younger than 12 months are more dependent on adult care, require feeding appropriate for their age, and tend to be less exposed to infectious agents and environmental risk factors, especially if they are being breastfed. [31] This may justify the finding that the children in the first year of life in this study experienced a lower occurrence of diarrhea compared to those in the second year of life.…”
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“…[4,15] Nevertheless, children younger than 12 months are more dependent on adult care, require feeding appropriate for their age, and tend to be less exposed to infectious agents and environmental risk factors, especially if they are being breastfed. [31] This may justify the finding that the children in the first year of life in this study experienced a lower occurrence of diarrhea compared to those in the second year of life.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 60%
“…[33] Together, both benefits of breast milk contribute to children's health, especially by decreasing the occurrence of diseases with multifactorial causes like diarrhea. [4,31,34] However, this research did not analyze breastfeeding during the two weeks before the data were gathered or the duration of age-appropriate exclusive breastfeeding due to the lack of information about quantity and frequency of breastfeeding, the adequacy of which differs according to age. These limitations may have hampered the discovery of further evidence regarding the protective effects of breastfeeding against diarrhea.…”
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“…Primary health care professionals should promote and monitor prevention measures of diseases which are prevalent among children, such as recommending breastfeeding as a protective factor against respiratory problems (20) . The health team should also promote continuity by making return appointments and home visits according to the child's health needs, to increase the effectiveness of care, avoid disease and prevent hospital admissions (12) .…”
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“…It is occasionally used as a source of epidemiologic data, but can be used as a secondary data source for conducting research and epidemiologic surveillance. Still, because of the high coverage of these services, relatively stable and standardized data production, and rapid production and dissemination of data through TABNET/DATASUS, it can be used as an epidemiological alert system, especially for severe infectious diseases 44,45 .…”
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