Breast-Feeding Won’t Make Your Children SmarterSam Wang and Sandra Aamodt
July 3 (Bloomberg) -- Advocates of so-called attachment parenting take an all-encompassing approach: assiduous attention to a child’s every need, including prolonged breast-feeding. But those who claim that these practices benefit children’s intelligence miss an important point.
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