The average American mother still has trouble findingbreast-feeding accommodation, according to a new study.

Research led by Katy Kozhimannil, a professor at the Universityof Minnesota School of Public Health, found that less than half ofbreast-feeding mothers were able to find private places besidesbathrooms to express milk at work.

On a slightly more positive note, the study found that 59percent of women who returned to work postpartum said they weregiven enough break time to express breast milk, even if it wasinconvenient to find a suitable place.

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