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New Moms Need Support

Original source: http://mydigimag.rrd.com/publication/?m=40958&l=1&p=&pn=#{“issue_id”:”458646″,”page”:12} From the child’s name to the color of the nursery, expectant moms face a lot of choices. One of the most important is whether to breastfeed. According to a national report card on breastfeeding, more U.S. mothers than ever—about three in four—choose nursing, at least in the beginning. That’s good news. Breast milk […]

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Moms who nurse longer show more ‘maternal sensitivity’

Original source: https://pennstatehershey.netreturns.biz/HealthInfo/Story.aspx?StoryId=3d7bf00d-0ef7-4eb1-8202-993a0145c9fb#.W19Ju1w-dBw Could breastfeeding make you a more nurturing mother? A new study suggests it might. Researchers studied 1,272 couples with a child born in 1991. It found that women who nursed their babies longer were more sensitive mothers. That was true even when their kids were 11 years old. On average, the moms nursed […]

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