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Saul P. Breastfeeding may protect against recurrent cough in early adult life. Practitioner Oct 2018;262(1819):8-9

Breastfeeding may protect against recurrent cough in early adult life

22 Oct 2018Registered users

Longer duration of breastfeeding appears to reduce the risk of recurrent cough in young adults, a study from the United States has found. The researchers used data from the Tucson Children’s Respiratory Study, a large non-selected birth cohort in which infant feeding practices and adult health outcomes were ascertained prospectively.

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