Breastfeeding for two months may reduce risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome by half – New York Daily News

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Breastfeeding for two months may reduce risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome by half
New York Daily News
Babies who are breastfed for at least two months after they’re born reduced their risk of dying from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome by half, according to a new study. (AjFilGud/Getty Images/iStockphoto). BY Ariel Scotti. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Updated: …
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