Infant feeding effects on early neurocognitive development in Asian children.

  title={Infant feeding effects on early neurocognitive development in Asian children.},
  author={Shirong Cai and Wei Wei Pang and Yen Ling Low and Lit Wee Sim and Suet Chian Sam and Michaela Bruntraeger and Eric Qinlong Wong and Doris Fok and Birit F. P. Broekman and Leher Singh and Jenny Richmond and Pratibha Keshav Agarwal and Anqi Qiu and Seang Mei Saw and Fabian Kok-Peng Yap and Keith M. Godfrey and Peter Gluckman and Yap-Seng Chong and Michael J. Meaney and Michael S Kramer and Anne Rifkin-Graboi},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  volume={101 2},
BACKGROUND Breastfeeding has been shown to enhance global measures of intelligence in children. However, few studies have examined associations between breastfeeding and specific cognitive task performance in the first 2 y of life, particularly in an Asian population. OBJECTIVE We assessed associations between early infant feeding and detailed measures of cognitive development in the first 2 y of life in healthy Asian children born at term. DESIGN In a prospective cohort study… CONTINUE READING
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