If you're pregnant or have just given birth, you know that you have a sign on your forehead that says to all the little old ladies and strangers in grocery stores, “Tell me all you know about raising a child, because I know nothing.” The sheer amount of unsolicited advice about early childrearing, combined with the shelves and shelves of books in bookstores, and the entire Internet can make certain decisions about your newborn more complicated then they need to be.
Breastfeeding is a hot and heavy subject. Every mom seems to have an opinion. Some see breastfeeding as the only option - others see formula as an alternative to breast milk. What if we could take the mom out of the equation? What if it wasn't only up to the mom to breastfeed?
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A second study has come out corroborating the results of one recently published in the American Journal of Respiratory Care and Critical Care Medicine. It states that babies who were exclusively breastfed are more likely to develop better lung functioning than their formula-fed counterparts. This is especially true for babies born to an asthmatic mother.