Breast-fed baby girls grow up with better psychological health

11/20/2011 |

Women who were breast-fed for at least one month had higher childhood and adult psychological health scores compared with those who were not breast-fed for at least one month, according to a study in the European Journal of Public Health. However, researchers failed to find any psychological benefit of having been breast-fed among men.

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