Breast-feeding's benefits backed in new study

12.26.13 | Bob Price

The latest finding out of Greece says kids who were breast-fed for more than six months score the highest on cognitive, language and motor development tests as toddler.  In the U.S. about 77 percent of new moms breast-feed their babies, according to the CDC. Almost half follow the American Academy of Pediatrics’ recommendation of breast-feeding exclusively for first six months of a newborn's life.