Breast Milk Associated With Greater Mental Development in Preterm Infants, Fewer Re-hospitalizations
Publication Year: 2007
Type: Federal resource, Online publication
This news release describes a study which found that premature infants fed breast milk had greater mental development scores at 30 months than did infants who were not fed breast milk. Also, infants fed breast milk were less likely to have been re-hospitalized after their initial discharge than were the infants not fed breast milk.
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