Norway Leads Industrial Nations Back to Breast-Feeding"
By LIZETTE ALVAREZ
Published: October 21, 2003
New York Times International
OSLO - Norway has revolutionized a woman's right to breast-feed
Mothers breast-feed when and where they want: buses, parks, cafes, stores. With rare exceptions, none leave the hospital without breast-feeding or dare ask for infant formula as a substitute. For trouble at home, the phone book obligingly lists a company called Breast-Feeding Help.
Working mothers also get a break: two hours off a day to breast-feed their child at home or in the office. Breast-feeding at the desk is not off limits." [You may need a (free) account to view this item - JC]