A decal reading "Breastfeeding Welcomed Here" is displayed on the door to a store in Nashville, Tenn. Congress on Wednesday gave final approval to a bill that would require the federal government to study the health risks that women face from taking medication while breast-feeding.
A decal reading "Breastfeeding Welcomed Here" is displayed on the door to a store in Nashville, Tenn. Congress on Wednesday gave final approval to a bill that would require the federal government to study the health risks that women face from taking medication while breast-feeding. Mark Humphrey AP
A decal reading "Breastfeeding Welcomed Here" is displayed on the door to a store in Nashville, Tenn. Congress on Wednesday gave final approval to a bill that would require the federal government to study the health risks that women face from taking medication while breast-feeding. Mark Humphrey AP

How do medicines affect breast-feeding? Congress passes bill requiring study

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