How to use Breast-fed in a sentence
In support of this notion, recent clinical studies have demonstrated that the breast-fed infant has a lower risk of acquiring urinary tract infections.
As a result, breast-fed babies have fewer ear infections, diarrhea, rashes, allergies, and other medical problems than bottle-fed babies.
Typically, breast-fed babies have fewer problems with rashes.
Cross-cultural studies show that babies who are held, massaged, carried, rocked, and breast fed grow into less aggressive and violent adults who demonstrate a greater degree of compassion and cooperation.
Breast-fed infants have a lower incidence of necrotizing enterocolitis than formula-fed infants; however, conclusive data showing that breast milk may be protective was as of 2004 not available.Advertisement
Formula-fed babies are more at risk for iron deficiency than breast-fed babies.
A breast-fed or bottle-fed infant is unable to feed or feeds poorly.
Children who are exclusively breast-fed without vitamin D supplementation, particularly if they are not exposed to sunlight, are at higher risk of vitamin D deficiency.
After the child comes home from the hospital, breast fed infants may be given a few drops or liquid vitamin K during the first few weeks, too.