They found, breast-feeding boosts a child's IQ and health, along with reducing the chances of behavioral and weight problems.
Researchers also believe, doctors should encourage more mothers to breast-feed for a longer period of time.
Before taking your vitamins, there's something women need to consider. A new study finds older women who take vitamins may have an increased risk of heart disease and cancer.
Researchers found multivitamins, B-6, Folic Acid and Iron could be associated with a higher risk of death for women around 61.
Health experts say previous studies indicated no positive effect from taking vitamins, but this is the first one to show a death risk.