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Significant improvement has also been reported for exclusive breastfeeding as proportion of children under age 6 months exclusively breastfed, has gone up to 54.
Among these high-risk babies, those who were exclusively breastfed for six months had a 62% reduced rate of wheezing compared to those who were not breastfed, which is very significant.
Similarly, AOM episodes were 60% less likely in children exclusively breastfed at least 3 months, and 15% less likely for each month children were breastfed.
AD was diagnosed in 43 (43%) of exclusively breastfed children, whereas it was diagnosed in 63 (63%) of exclusively formula milk-fed children.
Compared with mothers who exclusively fed their infants formula, mothers who exclusively breastfed had a 54% lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes (hazard ratio, 0.
The transition to solids is much more dramatic for the microbiomes of babies that are not exclusively breastfed.
At nine months, she gave birth to a baby girl, Safwa, and exclusively breastfed her for six months, and on both breasts.
Sharjah has a comprehensive approach to baby-friendliness, an ideal model that should be replicated in all other emirates if the UAE has to raise the 31 to 32 per cent current figures of children exclusively breastfed in the three months after birth.
Seven-year-olds who were exclusively breastfed for the first six months after birth had an almost five point advantage over those who were bottle fed.
Exclusively breastfed children had an asthma prevalence of 6.
In 2008 New Zealand adopted WHO policy, which recommends that all infants are exclusively breastfed until six months of age.