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Breast Milk Supply May Be Linked to Insulin Production: Study
Findings could have implications for prediabetic mothers, researchers say
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Are Breast-fed Kids More Upwardly Mobile?
British study says yes, 24% of kids who were consistently breast-fed attained higher social class than parents
Quicker Infant Growth Tied to Higher IQ Later
But difference in scores was fairly small in study of full-term babies
More Evidence Shows Breast-Feeding Helps Babies' Brains
MRI study showed increased growth in areas related to language, emotional function, motor skills
Iodine Supplements May Be Too Much of a Good Thing
Avoid excessively high doses, thyroid experts warn
Hurricane Readiness Tips for Pregnant Women
Planning ahead can reduce some of the stress in storm situations, New Orleans expert says
Low Breast-Feeding Rate Linked to Early Deaths, Illnesses: Study
Cost to U.S. is $17 billion a year, researchers say, but experts question findings
Infant Care May Help Explain Race-Linked Obesity Gap
Black, Hispanic infants in study had solid foods sooner, more sugary drinks, less sleep
A Little Formula Might Help Breast-Feeding for Some Babies
Early study looked at newborns who were losing weight
Study Looks at Vitamin D Needs in Breast-Fed Babies
Supplements helped infants meet recommended blood levels to support bone health
Breast-Fed Kids May Have Low Iron Levels, Study Finds
Complementary foods should include iron-rich items, experts say
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