A new study of dedicated lactation spaces in U.S. colleges and universities, published in Breastfeeding Medicine, finds that nearly all (94 percent) of 105 institutional respondents to a survey had a least one such space. Two-thirds reported having a policy for creating such spaces. Just 28 percent included them in campus construction standards, however. Some 80 percent of spaces were enclosed, lockable and accessible and had open electrical outlets and in-room light control.
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