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March 10, 2014 3:28 PM

Merlene Davis: Breast-feeding support group organizes on Lexington's north side

I try to talk about the benefits of breast-feeding to all the young pregnant women I know and even some that I meet for the first time. I didn't see many young minority women heeding my words, however. That's why I was happy to get an email from breast-feeding advocate Doraine Bailey, of the Lexington Fayette County Health Department, announcing a new breast-feeding support group that would meet on the north side of town.

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