Breastmilk for premies? Think brain waves, not microwaves

Kleiner, Ellen; Ashisha
September 1992
Mothering;Fall/Winter92, Issue 65, p24
Discusses the studies linking breastmilk with intelligence. Alan Lucas, head of Child Nutrition at the Medical Research Council's Dunn Nutrition Unit in Cambridge, England; Isolate the effects of breastmilk; Evidence that an as-yet-unidentified substance in breastmilk stimulates mental development; Effect of heating above body temperature; Effect of microwaved milk; Study at Stanford University; Details.


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