MOM’S MILK STUFF OF YOUNG BOFFINS
CHILDREN who are breastfed for more of their infancy score higher on language and, intelligence tests at three and seven years old, according to a new study.
Researchers found that for each extra month women reported breastfeeding, their children performed slightly better on those exams — though not on tests of motor
skills and memory. — Reuters The Herald 2/Sep/2013