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  • Breastfeeding on a Park Bench

    Longer Breastfeeding Linked to Higher Intelligence, Longer Schooling, and Greater Earnings Among Adults

    In the short term, breastfeeding decreases the prevalence of infectious diseases and mortality them among infants. But what about long term benefits? According to a new study published in the journal The Lancet Global Health, prolonged breastfeeding during childhood is linked to higher intelligence, longer schooling and greater earnings among adults. Many previous observational studies […] More

  • Five Steps to SAT Success

    Five Steps to SAT Success

    The SAT is a college admission test that lets colleges see what you know and how you can apply that knowledge. The test is composed of subjects that high school students learn about every day. These subjects include reading, writing, and mathematics. The appropriate time to take the test is during your junior and/or senior […] More

  • Teen Moms

    Teen Moms with Higher Educational Hopes Give Birth to Heavier Babies

    Educational achievement and educational aspiration appear to correlate to higher birth weight babies among teen moms, says a new study published in the open access journal BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. Higher birth weight for babies correlates to better overall health. Babies born weighing less than 5.5 pounds are considered low birth weight. Low birth weight […] More