breast-fed


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(of an infant) fed milk from the mother's breast

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A study by the University of Edinburgh found 75 per cent of mothers who attended all or most of their antenatal classes breast-fed their child.
Among children who were hospitalized for severe burns or other injuries, those who were breast-fed during infancy experienced significantly fewer symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder when queried 3 months after the injury, according to results of a poster presentation at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.
A study published in the British Medical Journal found that mums who breast-fed tended to be more intelligent, more highly educated and provided a more stimulating home environment.
Manila Mayor Lito Atienza, whose city is one of the event's organizers, said 3,738 mothers simultaneously breast-fed their babies for at least one minute, breaking the Guinness World Record.
2004) found that children who were breast-fed for at least 16 weeks did not show the delays in development of the central nervous system that are present in children breast-fed for 6-16 weeks or formula-fed, despite a similar prenatal exposure to PCBs.
Eight of the children were breast-fed, and six of the eight apparently had abnormalities in their esophaguses.
Virgilio Carnielli of Sophia Children's Hospital in the Netherlands concluded that low birth weight infants fed infant formula supplemented with Martek's Formulaid had blood lipid levels of DHA and ARA that were comparable to those of breast-fed infants.
Breast-fed babies suffer fewer bouts of diarrhea and ear infection than bottle-fed babies.
THE sight of a toddler climbing on to a mother's lap, lifting her T-shirt and asking to be breast-fed would be viewed as a little strange by some.
According to the report, a family can save more than $400 a year if the baby is breast-fed instead of given formula, and society and employers benefit from reduced health care costs and fewer parental absences from work to care for sick children.
Mothers have successfully breast-fed infants under even the most adverse conditions in the NICU.
The longer the babies were breast-fed the lower the risk of being overweight as teens.
6% of first-born children being breast-fed for 1 year or longer.
At present, we have a situation where up to three generations of families have never breast-fed.
Many studies published in recent years have reported significant differences in blood pressure between those people who were breast-fed and those given formula milk.