Breast-Feeding May Reduce Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders

Breast-feeding proponents have already extolled the various benefits of keeping babies off the bottle, saying it results not only in more robust immune systems and healthier lungs, but brings anti-obesity advantages. Now, they may have yet another benefit to brag about -- a lower likelihood of a breast-fed child developing sleep-related breathing disorders, such as sleep apnea and snoring. Breast-feeding beyond two months also showed promise in reducing the severity of the symptoms seen with...Full Story
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