Breastfeeding lowers mothers stress Moms, want to lessen stress? Try breastfeeding . New study from the McGill-affiliated Douglas Hospital Research Center in Montreal shows mothers who breastfeed respond less to stressful situations than those who bottle-feed their children. These findings suggest these moms may be better able to care for their children. ‘It’s been well established that breast milk is the best source of nutrition for infants – it really is beneficial to their physical and mental development,’ says Claire-Dominique Walker PhD, senior investigator and director of the Neuroscience Analysis Division at the Douglas Medical center Research Centre.

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