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Latest Publications and Research on Importance of BreastFeeding

Am. J. Hum. Biol.  2020 Jan 29  

Birth weight, birth order, and age at first solid food introduction influence child growth and body composition in 6- to 8-year-old Maya children: The importance of the first 1000?days of life.

Sanchez-Escobedo S, Azcorra H, Bogin B, Hoogesteijn AL, Sámano R, Varela-Silva MI, Dickinson F

To analyze the relationship of birth weight, birth order, breastfeeding duration, and age of introduction of solid foods with height, fat mass, and fa... Read More

Source: PubMed


Nestle Nutr Inst Workshop Ser    

When Does It All Begin: What, When, and How Young Children Are Fed.

Bentley ME, Nulty AK

The first 2 years of life are a critical period to promote nutrition and dietary behaviors for optimal growth and development. Exclusive breastfeeding... Read More

Source: PubMed

PLoS ONE    

Contributions to human breast milk microbiome and enteromammary transfer of Bifidobacterium breve.

Kordy K, Gaufin T, Mwangi M, Li F, Cerini C, Lee DJ, Adisetiyo H, Woodward C, Pannaraj PS, Tobin NH, Aldrovandi GM

Increasing evidence supports the importance of the breast milk microbiome in seeding the infant gut. However, the origin of bacteria in milk and the p... Read More

Source: PubMed

JAMA Netw Open    

Association of Parity and Breastfeeding With Risk of Early Natural Menopause.

Langton CR, Whitcomb BW, Purdue-Smithe AC, Sievert LL, Hankinson SE, Manson JE, Rosner BA, Bertone-Johnson ER

Pregnancy and breastfeeding prevent ovulation and may slow the depletion of the ovarian follicle pool. These factors may lower the risk of early menop... Read More

Source: PubMed

Open Access Maced J Med Sci    

Prevalence and Risk Factors for Hyponatremia in Preterm Infants.

Hao TK

Hyponatremia is the result of a negative sodium balance caused by inadequate salt intake or excessive salt loss due to immature renal or intestinal fu... Read More

Source: PubMed

Open Access Maced J Med Sci    

Prevalence and Risk Factors for Hyponatremia in Preterm Infants.

Hao TK

Hyponatremia is the result of a negative sodium balance caused by inadequate salt intake or excessive salt loss due to immature renal or intestinal fu... Read More

Source: PubMed

Open Access Maced J Med Sci    

Prevalence and Risk Factors for Hyponatremia in Preterm Infants.

Hao TK

Hyponatremia is the result of a negative sodium balance caused by inadequate salt intake or excessive salt loss due to immature renal or intestinal fu... Read More

Source: PubMed

Am. J. Hum. Biol.  2020 Jan 29  

Birth weight, birth order, and age at first solid food introduction influence child growth and body composition in 6- to 8-year-old Maya children: The importance of the first 1000?days of life.

Sanchez-Escobedo S, Azcorra H, Bogin B, Hoogesteijn AL, Sámano R, Varela-Silva MI, Dickinson F

To analyze the relationship of birth weight, birth order, breastfeeding duration, and age of introduction of solid foods with height, fat mass, and fa... Read More

Source: PubMed

Nestle Nutr Inst Workshop Ser    

When Does It All Begin: What, When, and How Young Children Are Fed.

Bentley ME, Nulty AK

The first 2 years of life are a critical period to promote nutrition and dietary behaviors for optimal growth and development. Exclusive breastfeeding... Read More

Source: PubMed

PLoS ONE    

Contributions to human breast milk microbiome and enteromammary transfer of Bifidobacterium breve.

Kordy K, Gaufin T, Mwangi M, Li F, Cerini C, Lee DJ, Adisetiyo H, Woodward C, Pannaraj PS, Tobin NH, Aldrovandi GM

Increasing evidence supports the importance of the breast milk microbiome in seeding the infant gut. However, the origin of bacteria in milk and the p... Read More

Source: PubMed

JAMA Netw Open    

Association of Parity and Breastfeeding With Risk of Early Natural Menopause.

Langton CR, Whitcomb BW, Purdue-Smithe AC, Sievert LL, Hankinson SE, Manson JE, Rosner BA, Bertone-Johnson ER

Pregnancy and breastfeeding prevent ovulation and may slow the depletion of the ovarian follicle pool. These factors may lower the risk of early menop... Read More

Source: PubMed

Open Access Maced J Med Sci    

Prevalence and Risk Factors for Hyponatremia in Preterm Infants.

Hao TK

Hyponatremia is the result of a negative sodium balance caused by inadequate salt intake or excessive salt loss due to immature renal or intestinal fu... Read More

Source: PubMed

Am. J. Hum. Biol.  2020 Jan 29  

Birth weight, birth order, and age at first solid food introduction influence child growth and body composition in 6- to 8-year-old Maya children: The importance of the first 1000?days of life.

Sanchez-Escobedo S, Azcorra H, Bogin B, Hoogesteijn AL, Sámano R, Varela-Silva MI, Dickinson F

To analyze the relationship of birth weight, birth order, breastfeeding duration, and age of introduction of solid foods with height, fat mass, and fa... Read More

Source: PubMed

Nestle Nutr Inst Workshop Ser    

When Does It All Begin: What, When, and How Young Children Are Fed.

Bentley ME, Nulty AK

The first 2 years of life are a critical period to promote nutrition and dietary behaviors for optimal growth and development. Exclusive breastfeeding... Read More

Source: PubMed

PLoS ONE    

Contributions to human breast milk microbiome and enteromammary transfer of Bifidobacterium breve.

Kordy K, Gaufin T, Mwangi M, Li F, Cerini C, Lee DJ, Adisetiyo H, Woodward C, Pannaraj PS, Tobin NH, Aldrovandi GM

Increasing evidence supports the importance of the breast milk microbiome in seeding the infant gut. However, the origin of bacteria in milk and the p... Read More

Source: PubMed

JAMA Netw Open    

Association of Parity and Breastfeeding With Risk of Early Natural Menopause.

Langton CR, Whitcomb BW, Purdue-Smithe AC, Sievert LL, Hankinson SE, Manson JE, Rosner BA, Bertone-Johnson ER

Pregnancy and breastfeeding prevent ovulation and may slow the depletion of the ovarian follicle pool. These factors may lower the risk of early menop... Read More

Source: PubMed

Am. J. Hum. Biol.  2020 Jan 29  

Birth weight, birth order, and age at first solid food introduction influence child growth and body composition in 6- to 8-year-old Maya children: The importance of the first 1000?days of life.

Sanchez-Escobedo S, Azcorra H, Bogin B, Hoogesteijn AL, Sámano R, Varela-Silva MI, Dickinson F

To analyze the relationship of birth weight, birth order, breastfeeding duration, and age of introduction of solid foods with height, fat mass, and fa... Read More

Source: PubMed

Nestle Nutr Inst Workshop Ser    

When Does It All Begin: What, When, and How Young Children Are Fed.

Bentley ME, Nulty AK

The first 2 years of life are a critical period to promote nutrition and dietary behaviors for optimal growth and development. Exclusive breastfeeding... Read More

Source: PubMed

PLoS ONE    

Contributions to human breast milk microbiome and enteromammary transfer of Bifidobacterium breve.

Kordy K, Gaufin T, Mwangi M, Li F, Cerini C, Lee DJ, Adisetiyo H, Woodward C, Pannaraj PS, Tobin NH, Aldrovandi GM

Increasing evidence supports the importance of the breast milk microbiome in seeding the infant gut. However, the origin of bacteria in milk and the p... Read More

Source: PubMed

JAMA Netw Open    

Association of Parity and Breastfeeding With Risk of Early Natural Menopause.

Langton CR, Whitcomb BW, Purdue-Smithe AC, Sievert LL, Hankinson SE, Manson JE, Rosner BA, Bertone-Johnson ER

Pregnancy and breastfeeding prevent ovulation and may slow the depletion of the ovarian follicle pool. These factors may lower the risk of early menop... Read More

Source: PubMed

Comments

Esau04 Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Breast milk contains all the water and nutrients that an infant needs to satisfy hunger, thirst, and growth.

fionalangsharpe Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Wow can't believe you would allow a formula add to run with this article. Constantly undermining women with adds like these decreases the rates of breastfeeding. Increases the health risks to our children. Please reconsider your advertising. Thank you

koffi Tuesday, August 23, 2011

breast milk is always ready at all time for the baby, it does not take time for it to be prepared,it does not have a money value,available always at the right temperature not too hot or not too cold,free from microbes,

s_mayur Thursday, March 31, 2011

please let me know what is the normal time taken for the milk to come into the breast after delivery. rgds Mayur Deshmukh mayurgdeshmukh@rediffmail.com

abeer19 Saturday, November 6, 2010

only????? is it related to genes? if non brothers feed from the same mother does this affect their biological cells or genes?

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