Breast-fed girls better at fighting off infections

06/2/2008 | Reuters

A new study found that among very low birth weight, preterm infants, girls who are breast-fed are much less likely than formula-fed girls or breast-fed boys to get serious respiratory infections requiring hospitalization. There was no difference in the rate of hospitalization for boys who were either bottle- or breast-fed.

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