Women & Infants researcher discovers breastfed babies’ genes help them cope better with stress

PROVIDENCE – A Women & Infants Hospital researcher’s recent study suggests a connection between breast feeding and genetic changes that help babies better cope with stress. The research, published in the September 2018 edition of Pediatrics, was led by Barry M. Lester, director of Women & Infants Hospital’s Brown Center for the Study of Children…
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