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www.autismspeaks.org/blog/2013/01/18/breastfeeding-and-autism-risk

Jan 18, 2013 ... The decision to breastfeed or not is a complicated and personal one. ... breast milk – from the breast or a bottle – reduces or increases risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, most show that children with ASD are more likely to have been ... So why can't we say “formula feeding causes autism”?

www.thebump.com/a/study-finds-breastfeeding-is-key-to-autism-prevention

A New-York based researcher has found that breastfeeding baby may help prevent ... is indeed an autism biomarker should advocate and encourage breastfeeding as a ... If IGF is found to be a natural defense against autism, newborns born with a low supply of IGF would be breastfed for longer, which ... What do you think?

healthland.time.com/2011/07/11/could-bottle-feeding-put-your-next-child-at-risk-for-autism

Jul 11, 2011 ... MORE: Closely Spaced Pregnancies May Contribute to Autism ... So it follows that a mom who is exclusively breast-feeding has a low likelihood of ... You can also continue the discussion on TIME's Facebook page and on ...

www.express.co.uk/news/uk/605219/Breastfeeding-protect-baby-autism

Sep 14, 2015 ... Breastfeeding could protect babies from autism, according to a study ... angry and scared faces and noted how long they looked at them. ... Would YOU breastfeed another woman's baby? ... Reduced attention to eyes has been linked to social impairments such ... You did it as you should i.e. breast feeding .

evolutionaryparenting.com/autism-and-breastfeeding

Jul 28, 2016 ... Compared to the exclusive breastfeeding group, the use of formula with ... survey to determine potential causes of the increased rates of Autism seen in our society . ... Although the amount of DHA and ARA will vary depending on the ..... a higher risk of autism with breastfeeding – would you care to share ...

www.breastfeeding-and-autism.net

Both diagnosed autism and breastfeeding rates have been greatly increasing ... d ) Older mothers are more likely to breastfeed, and to do so for longer periods, ... The above correlations should make one think carefully about (a) what could be .... A U.S. study found a 70% decrease in a mother's body burden of dioxins over a ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4720870

Keywords: autism, autism spectrum disorder, infants, breastfeeding, maternal recall ... One of an infant's first social interaction behaviors is breastfeeding ( Brazelton, ... Prenatal risk factors for diagnosis of ASD are maternal history of obesity, ... inconsistent behavioral cues to initiate breastfeeding, decreased response to ...

www.fitpregnancy.com/baby/health-development/could-breastfeeding-reduce-risk-autism

You may have heard that avoiding eye contact is a sign of autism in infants, and ... says more research is needed before we can say that breastfeeding reduces ...

www.kveller.com/the-surprising-benefit-breastfeeding-had-for-my-daughter-with-autism

Nov 12, 2014 ... Tell them you're nursing just fine, and let's go home.” ... At my mother's suggestion, I got on all fours and lowered my breast into ... Kids with special needs are susceptible to abuse because they can't be calmed down. ... was made more tolerable, palatable, and enjoyable by our breastfeeding relationship.