Dr Cynthia Colen, from Ohio State University, says that breast milk is not much better than bottled milk and that the breastfeeding concept is exaggerated out of proportion. Almost all the studies as well as researches that have been done on breastfeeding that it protects babies from health problems etc. have been proved wrong by Dr. Colen.

She says that the children who have been breastfed also have fair chances of being obese. Their academic performance also suffers a lot. They are also said to develop asthma. Dr. Colen is not entirely against breastfeeding which is recommended to be done for at least six months after the delivery of the child. She only wishes to convey to others that other factors like the environment, health care facilities etc. need to be developed for a better future. Employment for women who fall in low-income category must be promoted.

She conducted research experiments on 8237 children and it was found that the children who were breastfed were at a higher risk of developing asthma. Breastfeeding is required for long term benefits but don’t you think we have forgotten short term things?

School, education etc. also have a vital role in child’s life. There are few women who cannot breastfeed their babies due to some reasons. She should not be blamed for it. Know the advantages and benefits first before blaming any women.
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The boffins think this entails the sibs who were all breastfed possibly did better owing to other aspects like socioeconomic status.

The most unexpected verdict was that kids who were breastfed were suffering from augmented risk of asthma.

But, this could be because the facts banked on whether individuals stated they had bronchial asthma, rather than whether they had been formally detected with the situation.

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