▶Table 1.1 Breastfeeding rates in countries with the highest child mortality rates, 2015.
▶Table 1.2 Breastfeeding rates in countries with the highest newborn and child deaths, 2015.
▶Table 4.1 Prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding postpartum (%).
▶Table 5.1 Selected anti-infectious and anti-inflammatory components in human milk.
▶Table 5.2 Milk composition (% weight) among nine species.
▶Table 5.3 Infant mortality up to the age of 10 months in Germany year 1885 in breastfed and infant fed animal milks.
▶Table 7.1 The major molecules in human milk and their functions.
▶Table 10.1 Summary of characteristics of different breastfeeding issue frames.
▶Table 11.1 Disease conditions where breastfeeding was convincingly found to be protective for the United Kingdom population.
▶Table 11.2 Economic impact of suboptimal breastfeeding reported by Renfrew et al. 2012.
▶Table 11.3 New evidence on the economic impact of suboptimal breastfeeding.
▶Table 11.4 Cost-effectiveness of breastfeeding interventions.
▶Table 11.5 Example incremental costs for Lancashire region (UK) of implementing multifaceted breastfeeding interventions as reported by Renfrew et al.
▶Table 11.6 Potential cost-savings in the Lancashire region (UK) reported by Renfrew et al.
▶Table 16.1 Sample messaging and talking points to share evidence about the importance of human milk feedings with families of premature infants in the NICU.
▶Table 16.2 Tools to monitor human milk volume for breast pump-dependent mothers of NICU infants.
▶Table 16.3 Common recommendations about post-NICU breastfeeding that are inappropriate and appropriate for premature infants.
▶Table 20.1 Analgetics in human milk.
▶Table 20.2 Antibiotics in human milk.
▶Table 20.3 Antidepressant drugs in human milk.
▶Table 22.1 Key concepts, definitions, and uses of behavioural change social marketing campaigns.
▶Table 22.2 Enabling factors for the dissemination, diffusion, scale up, and sustainability of exclusive breastfeeding by AIDED framework components.
▶Table 22.3 Barriers to the dissemination, diffusion, scale up, and sustainability of exclusive breastfeeding by AIDED framework components.
▶Table 22.4 Infant and young child feeding. A tool for assessing national practices, policies and programmes: Infant feeding behaviours and corresponding indicators.
▶Table 22.5 Infant and young child feeding. A tool for assessing national practices, policies and programmes: Policies and targets indicators.
▶Table 22.6 Infant and young child feeding. A tool for assessing national practices, policies and programmes: Programme indicators.
▶Table 22.7 World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative (WBTi) indicators.