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Breastfeeding may decrease Breast Cancer Risk

...ve breast cancer. In addition, mothers who did not breastfeed or who breastfed for shorter durations (around 10 ...isk of developing breast cancer than those who did breastfeed longer. Researchers report the overall risk of breast cancer decreased by 4.3 percent for every yea...

Breastfeeding Lowers Maternal Stress

...earch Center in Montreal showed that mothers //who breastfeed their child are more equipped to deal with stressf...y. Researchers are of the opinion that mothers who breastfeed will be able to deal with their post partum depression better than the mothers who bottle-feed their...

Breastfeeding Decline In Middle East Worries UN

...than half of the mothers in the region exclusively breastfeed their infants for as long as three months," the UN body said. On the other hand, over 50 percent of infants in countries like Syria and Egypt are breastfed, it added. "Encouraging exclusive breastfeeding has to become a high priority in all sectors...

Breast-fed Children Weather Digestive Disease

...e World Health Organization (WHO) recommends women breastfeed babies for at least six months. -- IANS...

Women With Fewer Periods Have Low Risk Of Gynecological Cancer

... birth. Women from traditional societies however breastfeed for extended times, often conceive soon after their menses return, average five to six pregnancies and have an earlier menopause - all factors that reduce the number of periods they have in a lifetime. Edited IANS ...

Kids Face a Slim Chance of Growing Obese, If Breastfed Longer Than Three Months

...mend anyone diagnosed with gestational diabetes to breastfeed for as many months as possible.” This study has been published in the May issue of Diabetes Care. ...

British Women Demand Right To Breastfeed In Public

...tish mothers are demanding that they be allowed to breastfeed babies in public. The National Childbirth Trust ha...eed,' she added. 'If women are denied the right to breastfeed when they are out and about or don't feel comfortable enough to feed in public, they are being force...

Breast-Feeding In Public – Will The Society Accept It

...o increase the proportion of mothers who choose to breastfeed their babies for at least six months to 50%; the World Health Organization recommends that babies be breastfed exclusively for the first six months. However, these goals may be difficult to meet since some mothers in the U.S. face challenges to breas...

India's Economic Boom Pack To Waste Children Life

...s countryside superstitious mothers, only begin to breastfeed their babies three days after giving birth, thinking that the yellow colostrom, what a mother produces after a pregnancy and a rich source of protein and which gives protection against infection, is unhealthy and dirty. WELFARE NEEDS World Bank sa...

Breastfeeding Mothers Arrested For Public Indecency

...o increase the proportion of mothers who choose to breastfeed their babies for at least six months to 50%; the World Health Organization recommends that babies be breastfed exclusively for the first six months. However, these goals may be difficult to meet since some mothers in the U.S. face challenges to breas...

Dummies, Bad For Breastfed Babies – Study Challenge

...ies who are used to dummies are prone to reject or breastfeed for a shorter time. The researchers found that rather than giving dummy, which diminishes sucking reflex and reduce milk ejection it is better to provide a bottle of milk for sucking.Some says it poses infection, teeth damage, and become habitual. ...

Diet & Exercise regime Not Harmful For Overweight, Lactating Mothers Or their Infants

...had asked all the women to continue to exclusively breastfeed their babies during the study and they noted that none of the women complained of any signs of reduced milk volume or fussy infants, or having any fatigue resulting from the diet and exercise. Dr Lovelady said that the infants of mothers in the study...

Liberated British Mothers Want No Restriction on Breast Feeding In Public

...gy whose main aim is to protect a woman's right to breastfeed in public in England. They also want the group to ...t they are made to be felt comfortable and able to breastfeed for as long as they want and where they want....

Prebiotics can cut Development of Skin Allergy in Babies at High Risk

...itis, or asthma. All the mothers were advised to breastfeed their babies, all of whom were born after a normal length pregancy. But for those unable to start or continue, their babies were divided into two groups, with 102 given a prebiotic formula feed and 104 given a normal formula. The babies were seen o...

Solid Food May Put Infants at Allergy Risk

...of food allergies later and new moms should rather breastfeed them exclusively, scientists say.// Solid foods o...ition of health magazine WebMD. New moms should breastfeed exclusively for the first six months to help protect their babies against developing food allergies ...

Rates Of Breastfeeding Increase In Hong Kong

...hat the efforts made by it to encourage mothers to breastfeed their babies have been successful //and more and more mothers wanted to give their babies' breast milk. The department's Senior Medical and Health Officer Lo Yim-chong said that the rate of breastfeeding in Hong Kong increased to 12 percent in 2004...

Study finds Babies In America Getting Fatter

...sive weight gain during their pregnancy and should breastfeed their babies so as to reduce the risk of having overweight infats....

Breastfeeding: To Be Or Not To Be?

...ers from professional backgrounds// are allowed to breastfeed their babies, while poor mothers are frowned upon. "I feel like I had to choose between feeding my baby the best food and earning a living," said Jennifer Munoz, a former cashier at Resorts Atlantic City Casino. She said she had to take irregular br...

Identifying Bottlenecks to Breastfeeding

...ions, ear infections and eczema, while mothers who breastfeed are at a low risk for developing breast cancer, ovarian cancer and osteoporosis....

Breastfeeding Benefits may Outweigh HIV Risk

...statement which recommends that HIV-positive women breastfeed for six months if no alternative is available. But Moses Sinkala, previously of the Zambian Ministry of Health, said that the recommendations are difficult for mothers to interpret. He said there is a need for clearer information on the consequenc...

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