While the debate over whether breast-feeding leads to smarter and skinnier children continues, the list of perks for mamas grows. Women claim it helps with everything from shedding the postpartum pounds to cutting the budget. A new report claims that women with a family history of breast cancer can reduce their risk by nursing. Take our quiz to learn more about the link that's been discovered.
Could Nursing Reduce the Chances of Breast Cancer in Moms?
According to the new research, how much does nursing cut the risk of breast cancer in high-risk women?
According to the new research, breast-feeding's effect is similar to taking what drug for five years?
True or false: According to the study, an at-risk woman needs to exclusively breast-feed for a full year to see her cancer risk decrease.
True or false: According to the study, the act of breast-feeding also cuts the risk of breast cancer in women with no family history of the disease.
True or false: Women who took lactation suppression drugs seem to be similarly protected from breast cancer as nursing moms.