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Study: Breast-fed Babies Behave Better in School

A study published Tuesday reinforces the long-held belief that breast-feeding is best for babies. The study was carried out on 1,500 children in South Africa between 7 and 11 years old. It showed that those who drank breast milk exclusively for the first six months of life had an easier time behaving in school than those breast-fed less than one month. Experts from Glasgow University who led the study said it showed that breast milk for babies has benefits beyond physical...

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