Inside one of rooms of the Latch Clinic, a facility launching on Friday by the Merced County Department of Public Health that is the first of its kind in Merced County. The Latch Clinic is designed to be a form of additional support for mothers and a resource for moms who want to succeed at breastfeeding,
Inside one of rooms of the Latch Clinic, a facility launching on Friday by the Merced County Department of Public Health that is the first of its kind in Merced County. The Latch Clinic is designed to be a form of additional support for mothers and a resource for moms who want to succeed at breastfeeding, Courtesy of Merced County Department of Public Health
Inside one of rooms of the Latch Clinic, a facility launching on Friday by the Merced County Department of Public Health that is the first of its kind in Merced County. The Latch Clinic is designed to be a form of additional support for mothers and a resource for moms who want to succeed at breastfeeding, Courtesy of Merced County Department of Public Health

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