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Do breastfed babies have larger heads and bigger brains?

Related Topics: Brain, Head, Baby, Breastfeed
 

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Cohen Children's Medical Center
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To my knowledge, there is no relationship between head size and breast vs. bottle feeding.

 More importantly, as long as your child's head circumference is well within the normal range and following the nearest growth curve, then there is little to worry about.

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