Breastfeeding leads to better academic achievement in high school and an increased likelihood of attending college
Women with multiple sclerosis who breastfed exclusively for at least two months appear less likely to experience a relapse within a year after their baby's birth
Women who breastfed were less likely when they were older to have developed high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol and cardiovascular disease
Breastfeeding cuts women's risk of metabolic syndrome.
Mothers who drink an excessive amount of fructose-sweetened beverages (as high fructose corn syrup) during pregnancy or breastfeeding may be likelier to have children—at least sons—who are more prone to becoming overweight and developing type 2 diabetes
Hand expression and breast massage combined with breast pumping did a better job of stimulating milk production than breast pumping alone.