Breastfeeding Curbs Abuse

November 2002
Mothering;Nov2002, Issue 115, p27
Reports on a study conducted at the Baylor Medical Center in Texas by Lane Strathearn which indicates that breastfeeding may lead to less child abuse. Collection of data for the study; Predictor of parents abusing their children; Other risk factors for child abuse.


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