Dentists: Promote Breastfeeding

July 2000
Mothering;Jul/Aug2000, Issue 101, p31
Presents the results of a study regarding the impact of breastfeeding on the teeth of nursing children in Greece. Details on the number and category of respondents; Evidence on the inhibition of carries formation through breastfeeding; Influence of feeding bottles on the development of tooth decay.


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