Babies Breastfed for Longer Gain Emotional Benefits
[Source: Medical X-Press]
Children who are breastfed for three months or more develop fewer behavioural difficulties than those who are not, research suggests.
They are less prone to social and emotional setbacks such as bouts of anxiety, struggles forming friendships, or problems with concentration, the study found.
This was the case even allowing for other influencing factors such as maternal education, maternal psychological distress and family socio-economic status.
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