Posted by: Indonesian Children | June 14, 2009

RESEARCH IN BREASTFEEDING

  1. Child’s Body Composition May Be Shaped By Breastfeeding Duration

    29 May 2009 Variations in both milk feeding and in the weaning diet are linked to differences in growth and development, and they have independent
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  2. Breastfeeding Associated With A Reduced Risk Of Relapse In Women

    9 Jun 2009 Women with multiple sclerosis who breastfeed exclusively for at least two months appear less likely to experience a relapse within a year
    http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/153160.phpSimilar
  3. Health Canada Informs Pregnant And Breastfeeding Women Not To Take

    26 May 2009 Health Canada is advising expectant mothers and breastfeeding women not to take the vitamin-mineral supplements Maxum Matragen or Maxum
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  4. Study: Breastfeeding May Reduce Likelihood Of Postpartum MS Attacks

    12 Jun 2009 Annette Langer-Gould, MD, PhD (Stanford University) and colleagues followed 32 pregnant women with MS, assessing their disease and
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  5. Breastfeeding Saving Six Million Lives Annually, UNICEF

    23 Nov 2005 Six million lives a year are being saved by exclusive breastfeeding, and global breastfeeding rates have risen by at least 15 per cent since
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  6. Breastfeeding Linked To Better Health For Mothers, Study Finds

    24 Apr 2009 Women who have breastfed have a lower risk of developing high blood pressure, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases during menopause,
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  7. Breastfeeding Associated With Decreased Childhood Behavioral Problems

    29 Oct 2008 Children who are breastfed are less likely to suffer from behavioral or mental health issues than those who are not breastfed, according to
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  8. Can Breastfeeding Reduce Multiple Sclerosis Relapses?

    Women who have multiple sclerosis may reduce their risk of relapses after pregnancy if they breastfeed their babies, according to a study released today
    http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/139700.phpSimilar
  9. Breastfeeding Research Most Comprehensive Study Of Its Kind

    1 Apr 2009 A team of researchers at the Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Essex has been awarded funding to carry
    http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/144455.phpSimilar
  1. 19 Mar 2006 Having your baby can be one of the most emotionally fulfilling experiences. Life just takes a dramatic turn with the arrival of your little
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INDONESIA BRESTFEEDING NETWORK

Breast is the Best ! What could be more natural?

Yudhasmara Foundation

Office ; JL Taman Bendungan Asahan 5 Jakarta Indonesia 10210

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editor in Chief :

Dr WIDODO JUDARWANTO

email : judarwanto@gmail.com 

 

 

 

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