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Resources #3Topic Statement:cognitive development- does breastmilk help a newborn to cognitively develop at a faster rate orat a deeper level?Citation #1:Chung, Mei. “Interventions in Primary Care to Promote Breastfeeding: An Evidence Review forthe U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.”Annals of Internal Medicine, vol. 149, no. 8,2008, p. 565., doi:10.7326/0003-4819-149-8-200810210-00009.?journalCode=aimSummary of resource #1: 38 randomized, controlled trials were conducted to systematicallyreview evidence for the effectiveness of primary care–initiated interventions to promotebreastfeeding with respect to breastfeeding and child and maternal health outcomes.In subgroupanalyses, combining pre- and postnatal breastfeeding interventions had a larger effect onincreasing breastfeeding durations than either pre- or postnatal interventions alone. Furthermore,breastfeeding interventions with a component of lay support (such as peer support or peer

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Fall
Professor
SHANNONSEXTON
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Chung, Annals of Internal Medicine, American Family Physician

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