Category Archives: Food and Nutrition

Breastfeeding *linked* to fewer behavioral problems

A recent study has found that breastfeeding is linked to fewer behavioral problems in children.  I stress linked because there’s no causative finding. The findings suggest that, at least in term children, longer duration of breast feeding is associated with … Continue reading

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Smart babies and bad products

In this blog’s first post, I’ll set the tone for the rest of the posts.  This blog is aimed at helping parents to raise smart, healthy babies; it is not designed to sell quack products. As such, we’ll appeal to … Continue reading

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