Thursday October 8, 2015
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New Israeli study: Breast-feeding may prevent behavioral disorders

New study compares ADHD children with their siblings and non-ADHD children • 43 percent of ADHD children nursed, as did 68% of non-ADHD siblings and 73% of non-ADHD other children • Research excludes genetic element and mother's age • Data is not conclusive, but researchers say helping to prevent ADHD can be added to the list of benefits of breast-feeding.

Meital Yasur Beit-Or

Israeli researchers say that breast-feeding babies early on may prevent attention disorders later.
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