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"Global economic losses of lower cognition from not breastfeeding reached a staggering $302 billion (276 billion Euros) in 2012."
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People breastfed as infants have higher intelligence scores in adulthood, and higher earnings, according to a study published Wednesday that tracked the development of 3,500 newborns over 30 years. An...
The longer moms breastfeed, the smarter their kids. That's the gist of a new U.S. study which explored the relationship between breastfeeding duration and cognitive skills of children later in life. T...