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05 September 2011

Breastfeeding improves kids' brainpower

In a new study from the UK, kids who were breastfed as babies had higher scores on tests of vocabulary and reasoning at age five than those who weren't.

In a new study from the UK, kids who were breastfed as babies had higher scores on tests of vocabulary and reasoning at age five than those who weren't breastfed.

Also, she said, "There could be differences in hormones and growth factors which are lacking in formula."

 
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