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Breastfeeding may help prevent children's asthma exacerbations later in life



Breastfeeding may help prevent children's asthma exacerbations later in life Date: September 1, 2017 Source: Wiley Summary: An analysis of children with asthma, those who had been breastfed had a 45 percent lower risk of asthma exacerbations later in life...

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Studies of gut flora in infants



Breastfeeding until at least nine months of age increases prevalence in the gastrointestinal tract of Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria, species which are known to contribute to development of a healthy immune system, according to a paper describing the establishment of the...

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Breast Is Best: Good Bacteria Arrive from Mum's Gut Via Breast Milk



Aug. 22, 2013 -- Scientists have discovered that important 'good' bacteria arrive in babies' digestive systems from their mother's gut via breast milk. Although this does confirm that when it comes to early establishment of gut and immune health,...

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Breast Milk Promotes a Different Gut Flora Growth Than Infant Formulas



ScienceDaily (Aug. 27, 2012) -- The benefits of breast milk have long been appreciated, but now scientists at Duke University Medical Center have described a unique property that makes mother's milk better than infant formula in protecting infants from...

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Human Breast Milk Ingredient Adjusts to Optimize for Beneficial Gut Bacteria Over Time



Breastfeeding Benefits: ScienceDaily (May 14, 2012) -- A new University of Illinois study shows that human milk oligosaccharides, or HMO, produce short-chain fatty acids that feed a beneficial microbial population in the infant gut. Not only that, the bacterial...

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Breastfeeding Linked to Healthy Infant Gut



 Bacterial Colonization Leads to Changes in the Infant's Expression of Genes ScienceDaily (Apr. 29, 2012) -- Early colonization of the gut by microbes in infants is critical for development of their intestinal tract and in immune development. A new study,...

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Can Consuming Caffeine While Breastfeeding Harm Your Baby?



ScienceDaily (Feb. 21, 2012) -- Babies are not able to metabolize or excrete caffeine very well, so a breastfeeding mother's consumption of caffeine may lead to caffeine accumulation and symptoms such as wakefulness and irritability, according to an interview...

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Breastfed Children Do Better at School, Study Suggests



Breastfed Children Do Better at School, Study Suggests ScienceDaily (Mar. 17, 2011) -- Researchers have shown that breastfeeding causes children to do better at school. The research conducted by Oxford University and the Institute for Social and Economic Research, Essex...

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