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Breastfeeding Past Two Years Linked To Infant Tooth Decay, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Reveals



3/17/2014 6:44:06 AM

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Breastfeeding is credited with a long list of benefits, but one downside of extended and intensive breastfeeding may be a higher risk of cavities in baby's first teeth, according to a new study.

The more frequently a mother breastfed her child beyond the age of 24 months during the day, the greater the child's risk of severe early tooth decay, researchers found.

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