By Nadia Kounang
Updated 9:11 PM ET, Mon March 27, 2017
“I think [the study] fits well in the body of literature that long-term benefits of breastfeeding look a whole lot smaller or non-existent if you properly control for your confounding variables,” said Dr. Brooke Orosz, a professor of mathematics at Essex County College and adviser to the organization Fed is Best. Orosz was not involved with the study.
Orosz cited that while the study did not take into account maternal IQ, it was able to consider and control for education level and income, which were good proxies…