breast-fed : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • a  (of an infant) fed milk from the mother's breast

  • Studies suggest that breast-fed kids are smarter, taller, thinner, healthier and less stressed than babies on bottles.
  • The move comes as doctors increasingly raise concerns that children, particularly breast-fed infants, do not get enough of the vitamin, which not only promotes calcium absorption .
  • I breast-fed my son until he was about six months old.

  • Jens Stoltenberg in Reuters South Africa
    The 4 million newborn who die in their first month may survive the first days and weeks of their lives if they are breast-fed, and have access to antibiotics and health personnel,Stoltenberg said. "The half a million women who die in...
  • Tendai Biti in Zimbabwe Times
    The struggle for Zimbabwe was mothered and breast-fed by Susan Tsvangirai. She was there when we were brutalised, beaten up by the police she was always with us,said Biti.
  • Woody Allen in Brooklyn Daily Eagle
    About his childhood in Brooklyn, Woody says, "I was in analysis for years because of a traumatic childhood, because I was breast-fed through falsies."

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