Journal of the American Heart Association. The study discovered that, compared to women who did not breastfeed, those who did had an 11% reduced risk for cardiovascular disease, were 12% less likely to experience a stroke and 17% less likely to die from CVD."/> Journal of the American Heart Association. The study discovered that, compared to women who did not breastfeed, those who did had an 11% reduced risk for cardiovascular disease, were 12% less likely to experience a stroke and 17% less likely to die from CVD."/> Study reveals heart benefits of breastfeeding

Study reveals heart benefits of breastfeeding

2022-01-14

Researchers found that women were less likely to have a stroke or die from cardiovascular disease if they breastfed, according to a meta-analysis found in the Journal of the American Heart Association. The study discovered that, compared to women who did not breastfeed, those who did had an 11% reduced risk for cardiovascular disease, were 12% less likely to experience a stroke and 17% less likely to die from CVD.

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