Breast milk is the first gift from the child to the world, and will spend his original time with this gift. So, what is the value of this gift? In fact, the significance of breastfeeding is not only the benefit of the child, but also has many benefits to the mother. The editor of this article will take stock of the many benefits of breastfeeding!
If you want your baby to grow up healthy, stick to breastfeeding!
 ERS 2016: Breastfeeding children, asthma hair risk is lower
A new study pointed out that if babies with a family history of emotional asthma, if they receive breastfeeding, the risk of asthma when they grow up is low, which further confirms the benefits of breastfeeding.
Researchers evaluated participants in the study of 368 Basel Berne newborn lung function queue. The researchers evaluated the severity of the respiratory symptoms and the degree of breastfeeding in the age of 1 when each baby’s genetic archives and asthma.
Researchers have found that among children carrying 17Q21 genes, children with breastfeeding are reduced by 27%compared with milk powder or other ways of childbirth, and the respiratory performance is even more serious during children with non -breastfeeding.
Dr. Gorlanova pointed out that this study first shows that breastfeeding can change the impact of gene mutation on children’s asthma, and further improve children’s future respiratory performance and reduce the risk of complications. However, researchers said they still need to conduct further research, such as exploring the impact of genetic and environmental interactions on children’s asthma attacks.
 The benefits of breastfeeding for more than 6 months can bring
A new study of women who have undergone surgery due to primary breast cancer have shown that breastfeeding for more than 6 months is related to higher survival rates.
Among the 6 -month -old survivors of breast cancer, 20 years after surgery, the mortality rate of breast cancer or overall mortality is low, according to the research published in “Breastfeeding Medicine”. The magazine is the official magazine of the Society of Breastfeeding Medicine. This article provides free breastfeeding pharmaceutical website until September 30, 2016.
“Breastfeeding reduces the mortality rate of female breast cancer patients,” in the article, Dr. Marglisa Johnson, Dr. Lars Brudine, and Dr. Mary from Lin Xueping University, and Karma County Hospital from Sweden Researchers at the ground studied the relationship between breastfeeding time and mortality caused by breast cancer and overall mortality. Women who are included in research have undergone surgical treatment due to breast cancer and live enough for a long time. Therefore, there are other reasons that will lead to death.
“This study has confirmed that the long -term benefits of breastfeeding to mothers not only prevent the nature, but also the ability to reduce the severity of breast cancer.” Said Dr. Arthur I. Eidelman, the chief editor of Breastfeeding Medicine.
 J Pediatr: breastfeeding or the brain development of premature babies
Published in a latest study in The Journal of Pediatrics, researchers studied 180 premature infants born between the age of 7, and found that a large number of breastfeeding infant brains in the babies feeding in the first birth of the head of birth were found. The capacity is large, and it has higher IQS, academic performance, and good work memory and sports functions.
Researcher Mandy Brown Bellfort pointed out that our research results support the current suggestions, that is, using breast milk to feed premature babies in the intensive care treatment ward of the newborn. Baby breastfeeding. In this study, the researchers studied the babies recruited from the Victorian Baby Brain Brain in 2001 to 2003. These babies were premature babies born before their mother’s 30 weeks before pregnancy. The researchers counted the birth of 28 days. During the period, breastfeeding more than 50%of infant intake of infants’ breastfeeding days. In addition, researchers also used magnetic resonance imaging to scan the capacity of children’s special brain areas for each equivalent age and 7 -year -old child’s brain. And analyze that children’s cognitive ability (IQ, reading, attention, work memory, prediction, visual perception) and sports ability at the age of 7 and exercise ability.
Researchers said that among all babies, babies that mainly receive breastfeeding during the severe custody often have a deeper nuclear gray capacity in the brain of breastfeeding. The area is very important for the neuros signal of processing and transmission of the brain. Bellfort said that many mothers of premature babies are often difficult to provide breastfeeding, so we need to provide necessary help for these mothers to support their breastfeeding for babies. This is very important for the body development of premature babies. Of course Factors can affect the development of babies, and breastfeeding is just one of the factors.
 AM J CLIN NUTR: Early breastfeeding effect on the length of the telomere of the offspring
Telomey length (TL) is a sign of cell aging, and most of its lifelong consumption occurs 4 years before life. What is known is the risk factor of shortening children’s grain.
Including 121 children of Latin America, the relationship between diet, feeding and weight -related risk factors is the relationship between TL lengths of children 4 (n = 108) and 5 years old (n = 92). 77 children’s feeding variables were repeatedly measured. Result: The average length of the TL is related to the following factors: pure breastfeeding at 4-6 weeks (adjustment coefficient: 353.85; 95% CI: 72.81, 634.89; P = 0.01), Mother TL (adjustment coefficient: 0.32; 95% CI: 0.54, 0.54 ; P <0.01), the older father's age (adjustment coefficient: 33.27; 95% CI: 4.10, 62.44; P = 0.03). 4-6 weeks ago, other foods or drinks were added to breast milk or milk substitutes, which was related to the average TL at the age of 4 and 5 (adjustment coefficient: -457.01; 95% CI: -720.50, -193.51; P <0.01) Essence In the relationship between pure breastfeeding at 4-6 weeks and the average TL at the age of 4 or 5, the 6-month-old infant obesity and the 4-year-old intake of soda beverages mediated part of the role. At the age of 3, I take more soda and plus the time of TL at 4-5 years old (adjustment coefficient: -515.14; 95% CI: -986.06, -41.22; P = 0.03).
Conclusion: Breastfeeding at 4-6 weeks is related to the longer TL at the age of 4 or 5 years old. Based on this, it is speculated that breastfeeding at this period may have a long-term impact on children’s health.
 BMJ: Breastfeeding premature babies can improve the structure and function of the heart after infant adult
Recently, a study from the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom found that breastfeeding premature babies can improve the structure and function of the heart after infant adults. The research results have been published in Pediatrics.
Previous research has shown that the premature infant has a smaller ventricle, thicker heart wall, and low heart function after adulthood.
A total of 926 premature babies participated in a random control test from 1985-1982. This test compared the different breast supply solutions after the birth of premature babies. The study selected 102 of them for follow -up studies. The 30 premature infants in random trials are only breastfeeding, and 16 formulas are only fed with formula milk powder. Researchers evaluated the heart shape and functions of these 102 research objects through magnetic resonance imaging, and compared with 102 young people who were born normally.
It was found that the heart volume of premature babies was smaller and low -functional after adulthood. However, compared with premature babies fed only with formula milk powder, the degree of lower heart volume and function of breast -fed premature babies is quite low. Compared with premature babies fed alone, premature babies that are only breastfeeding have increased the left and right ventricles at the end of the diastolic index, and the left and right ventricular volume index also increased.
 The cover article of the SCIENCE sub -publication shows the impact of breastfeeding and antibiotic exposure on the infant intestinal flora
Recently, researchers from the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Blory Institute have conducted in -depth analysis of the changes in the intestinal flora from the age of three to three years old, revealing some factors that affect the intestinal flora, such as such as the intestinal flora, such as Production methods (producing and caesarean section) and antibiotic exposure (including the effects of multiple antibiotic therapy). Related research results were published on the international academic journal Science Translational Medicine and were recommended as a cover article in this issue.
This study helps understand how the intestinal flora can be established and how the flora combination of each child increases the risk of diseases such as type 1 diabetes and inflammatory bowel diseases.
This research contains a total of 39 children. Researchers have collected their feces every month from the birth of these children, which lasted for 36 months. Then each sample was analyzed based on RNA -based standard sequencing to identify the intestinal flora Formed, the researchers also conducted a more comprehensive whole genome sequencing analysis of about 25%of the samples to further reveal the specific strains in the intestinal flora. Throughout the study, 20%of participants used antibiotics to treat respiratory tract infections or ear infections, and the number of times of treatment ranged from 9 to 15 times.
Studies have shown that some characteristics in the development of intestinal flora are consistent among all participants, and the emergence and abundance of some specific bacteria increases or decreased at some similar age points. Researchers have also found some differences between breastfeeding as the difference between the results of the previous research. For children who have previously found that compared with formula milk feeding, long -term breastfeeding will lead to an increase in bacteria such as BIFIDODOBACTERUM in the baby’s body. All children in this study. After a period of breastfeeding, the researchers found that the length of breastfeeding was related to the level of Bifidobacteria, but there were also some children’s Bifidobacteria in children with breastfeeding.
 Direct breastfeeding can reduce the risk of baby’s ear infection
The latest research shows that compared with breastfeeding, direct breastfeeding can reduce the risk of infant ear infection, while breastfeeding baby diarrhea risk is lower than that of milk powder feeding. The study was published online on May 9th in “Journal of Pediatrics” Journal Researcher Sarah Keim, “Of course we do not want pregnant women to suck breast milk, because there are not enough data or guidelines to indicate that the breastfeeding breastfeeding can be available. Equivalent replacement of direct breastfeeding, so further research is still needed. “
The study was incorporated into 491 mothers to exclude mothers who were willing to feed with breasts. During the study, three -quarters of women used direct breastfeeding in the first 12 months of the baby to suck breastfeeding and mixed with milk powder.
It was found that the incidence of ear infection of infant ear -fed in the baby was reduced by 4%, and the incidence of ear infection in infant infections with direct breastfeeding was reduced by 17%. The incidence of ear infection in bottle feeding for a month was increased by about 14%, and the incidence of ear infection in infant ear infection increased by 115%.
No matter what kind of breastfeeding, the risk of baby diarrhea is reduced by about 30%. Baby -fed infant risks reduced by 26%, and breastfeeding babies were reduced by 25%, while the risk of baby diarrhea fed with milk powder increased by 34%. Researchers say the result shows that feeding substances, not feeding methods are the cause of the risk of diarrhea risk.