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Babies who leave the breast earlier could be more prone to Type 1 diabetes

New research suggests that children that are weaned from breast milk after just six months are much more likely to suffer from Type 1 diabetes compared to children that are allowed to breastfeed for a year. Interestingly enough, exposure to solids at the wrong time either before or after six months has also been linked to an increase in Type 1 diabetes.

New research has found that

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Stem cells in breast milk essential

A leading scientist is expected to claim this week that breast milk is vital for infant development as well as for its nutritional advantages which are already accepted among the medical community.  The new research discovered that there are possibly three different kinds of stem cells found in breast milk.

Medical director at the Swiss baby equipment company Medela, Dr. Mark Cregan believes that the presence of

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