Breast-fed children were 24% more likely than their formula-fed peers to move up the social hierarchy later in life, according to a U.K. study in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood. Breast-feeding was associated with increased brain development and lower stress levels, which may account for the upward social mobility, researchers said.
Breast-feeding linked to better social mobility in adulthood
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