Study shows breast-fed babies do better on IQ tests

05/6/2008 | Reuters

Babies who were exclusively breast-fed scored higher on intelligence tests than did infants who drank formula. The study in Belarus of 14,000 babies over six years found those in a group in which mothers were encouraged to breast-feed longer and did not mix in formula scored about 5% higher in IQ tests and performed better academically.

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