Breast-feeding linked to lower hypertension risk in study

A study of data involving almost 56,000 mothers in the Nurses' Health Study II showed that breast-feeding for six months or longer reduced their risk of developing high blood pressure over 14 years. The study adds to the evidence that breast-feeding benefits mothers as well as infants, but the study didn't prove a causal link.

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