breastfeeding brings more sleep for parents

November 2007
Mothering;Nov/Dec2007, Issue 145, p34
The article presents information on the findings of a study according to which parents of infants who were breastfed in the evening and/or at night slept an average of 40 to 45 minutes more than parents of infants who were fed formula.


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