A report published by the World Health Organisation-WHO and the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund-UNICEF has highlighted that the aggressive marketing of breast-milk substitutes, especially through health professionals that parents trust for nutrition and health advice is a major barrier to improving newborn and child health worldwide.
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