Breast feeding and resilience against psychosocial stress.

  title={Breast feeding and resilience against psychosocial stress.},
  author={Scott M. Montgomery and Anna G C Ehlin and Amanda Sacker},
  journal={Archives of disease in childhood},
  volume={91 12},
BACKGROUND Some early life exposures may result in a well controlled stress response, which can reduce stress related anxiety. Breast feeding may be a marker of some relevant exposures. AIMS To assess whether breast feeding is associated with modification of the relation between parental divorce and anxiety. METHODS Observational study using longitudinal birth cohort data. Linear regression was used to assess whether breast feeding modifies the association of parental divorce/separation… CONTINUE READING


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