Researchers in Hong Kong found that infants who were breastfed had reduced levels of low density lipoprotein-cholesterol during adolescence.
Scientists have solved the mystery of how oxytocin in breastmilk crosses the gut to reach the bloodstream of baby mice.
Mothers who breastfeed longer may lower their risk of metabolic syndrome and related disorders including high blood pressure and high cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
An unquenchable thirst for infant and baby formula in China and Southeast Asia is raising concerns about the health of millions of mothers and their babies.
It turns out that baby drool is not just to annoy parents; chemical reactions between saliva and milk help to build baby's immune system.