Natural News: Breastfeeding found to protect mothers from multiple sclerosis, new study finds

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Breastfeeding is believed to have a plethora of benefits for both mother and child, and American researchers have uncovered another one. According to the team from Oakland, California-based health care company Kaiser Permanente, breastfeeding for at least 15 months may actually protect women against multiple sclerosis (MS), a chronic, progressive disease that affects the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. For women who already have the condition, breastfeeding can greatly reduce the severity of the symptoms.

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