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Healthy People 2030external icon – Healthy People is a national health promotion and disease prevention initiative that brings together national, state, and local government agencies; nonprofit, voluntary, and professional organizations, businesses, communities; and individuals to address major public health issues. The report Healthy People 2030external icon, released by the Department of Health and Human Services on August 18, 2020, is the latest science-based, 10-year national objective plan developed that serves as a roadmap for improving the nation’s health.

United States Department of Agriculture WIC Breastfeeding Reassurance Tipsexternal icon – The USDA’s WIC Breastfeeding Support website includes breastfeeding reassurance tips to help mothers achieve their breastfeeding goals, overcome common challenges, and thrive to make breastfeeding work for their families.

HHS Office on Women’s Healthexternal icon – The Office on Women’s Health (OWH) partners with other agencies and organizations to focus attention on the importance of breastfeeding.

United States Breastfeeding Committee (USBC)external icon – The mission of the USBC is to improve the nation’s health by working collaboratively to protect, promote, and support breastfeeding. Its vision is as follows: In order to achieve optimal health, enhance child development, promote knowledgeable and effective parenting, support women in breastfeeding, and make optimal use of resources, we envision breastfeeding as the norm for infant and child feeding throughout the nation.

World Health Organizationexternal icon – Presents world-wide nutrition-related topics including:

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