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Breastfeeding, Belly Fat and Diabetes: Behold the Beatification of Breast-Feeding by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 16 Nov 2010 1:02pm The Holy Trinity: Madonna, Baby and The Breast As if new moms needed two fewer excuses not to breasfeed - along comes yet another study to bolster the beatification of breast-feeding.  Type 2 diabetes and belly fat.  Behold the holy benefits of breastmilk as  reported by Time magazine Researchers led by Dr. Eleanor Bimla Schwa ... Read on »
Manager Sprayed Air Freshener at Breastfeeding Mum by BreastFeedingMums .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Mar 2010 12:00am Published in today's Daily Mail is yet another story proving the UK is still well behind the times when it comes to accepting that breastfeeding is the natural and best way to feed a baby. One word: DISGRACEFUL Here's the article: When her hungry baby daughter began to cry in the changing room of a charity shop, An ... Read on »
Breast-Feeding Linked to Lower Incidence of Fever After Immunizations by Poh Tin Tan Posted Sun 06 Jun 2010 12:00am News Author: Laurie Barclay, MD CME Author: Charles P. Vega, MD May 19, 2010 — Breast-feeding is linked to a lower incidence of fever after immunizations, according to the results of a prospective cohort study reported online May 17 in Pediatrics. "Immune response to some vaccines is different among breastfed infants compared with those w ... Read on »
Breast-feeding May Influence Long-Term Health: Study by HealthFinder Posted Mon 02 May 2011 1:00pm healthnewslink Formula vs. breast-fed babies show metabolic differences in first three years of life. ... Read on »
No Benefit of Additional Foods, Fluids in Breast-Fed Infants by Poh Tin Tan Posted Mon 02 Jan 2012 12:00am From Medscape Education Clinical Briefs News Author: Lara C. Pullen, PhD CME Author: Laurie Barclay, MD 12/21/2011 Clinical Context Breast-feeding provides all of the nutritional, immunologic, and psychological requirements needed for a healthy, term infant to thrive, and it also benefits maternal health and well-being. Health organizations t ... Read on »
Teens Breast-fed as Infants Have Stronger Leg Muscles by HealthFinder Posted Fri 07 Jan 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink They did better on horizontal jump, 'explosive strength' tests, study finds FRIDAY, ... Read on »
Exclusive Breast-Feeding for 6 Months May Protect Infants Against Common Infections by Poh Tin Tan Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 7:00pm From Medscape Medical News Laurie Barclay, MD September 28, 2010 — Exclusive breast-feeding for 6 months, as recommended by the World Health Organization, may protect infants against common infections, according to the results of a prospective study reported online September 28 in the Archives of Disease in Childhood. "Breastfed infants ... Read on »
Safety of Over-The-Counter Medications and Breast Feeding by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted Fri 18 Jan 2013 12:00am Winter. The time of runny noses, coughs that tickle, congested airways, watery eyes and sneezing marathons. For most, treating these symptoms with a quick over-the-counter medication is a no-brainer. However, for breastfeeding moms not all of these medications are considered safe. Here is a quick run-down of what breastfeeding moms ... Read on »
Home Air Pollutants a Danger to Breast-Fed Infants by KareAnderson Posted Sat 20 Jun 2009 2:46pm More than chemicals in a mother’s milk, breast-fed babies face a greater risk from dirty air at home. An infant's exposure to gases known as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from indoor air was 25-135-fold higher than from breast milk. "We ought to focus our efforts on reducing indoor air sources of these compounds," said Sungroul Kim of Johns Hop ... Read on »
Breast-Feeding Lowers Risk for Asthma in Childhood by Poh Tin Tan Posted Mon 08 Aug 2011 10:54pm From Medscape Education Clinical Briefs News Author: Nancy A. Melville CME Author: Penny Murata, MD 07/26/2011Breast-feeding appears to be linked with a decreased risk for childhood asthma-related symptoms, according to Fredriksson and colleagues in the November 28, 2007, issue of BMC Pediatrics. However, the influence of a family history ... Read on »