Breastfed children do better at school

Breastfeeding babies for as little as four weeks has a significant effect on their brain development, which continues until the child is at least fourteen years old. Researchers from Oxford and and Essex Universities found that school test scores in reading, writing and maths for children who were breastfed were better when compared to those who weren’t.

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