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Less abnormalities in breastfed kids

health-and-fitness Updated: May 14, 2011 23:30 IST

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British researchers have given modern-day mothers one more reason to not put their babies on bottled feed too soon after birth.

Kids put on bottled feed are likely to develop behavioral problems later in life.

Babies who are breastfed are less likely to have behavior problems by the time they are five, as opposed to those who receive formula milk, scientists found during a study that was published in the Archives of Disease in the Childhood journal. Researchers found that abnormal traits were less common in children who were breastfed for at least four months.

Tech addiction affects memory
Multi-tasking our way through life — as we switch between smses, emails and tweets daily — could take a toll on our mental health.
Researchers at the California University have claimed that gadgets could be damaging people’s minds by bombarding them with too much information from multiple sources, and also weakening their ability to screen out irrelevant data and prioritise. They can also hamper short-term memory performance, especially among older adults. This includes ‘technology addiction’ — where users are unable to stop checking messages.

The politics of marriage
Chances are you may not marry a person who does not share your political ideology. According to a study published in the Journal of Politics, most people marry only those whose political views align with their own. Political attitudes were among the strongest shared traits, even stronger than personality or looks. Researchers found that the tendency to choose a mate from one’s own religious, and economic background played only a small role.