Daily News Roundup

Breastfed children are better behaved
Researchers have found that those who are breastfed for at least four months as babies are 30 per cent less likely to exhibit a range of behavioural problems when they start school. (The Economist)

Why Mothers of Twins May Live Longer
Researchers at the University of Utah report in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B that women who have twins are more likely to live longer, have more children over their lifetime and have offspring closer together, compared with women who had singletons. (TIME)

Study: Five Cups of Coffee a Day Could Prevent Breast Cancer
Drinking coffee could help protect women over 50 from an aggressive form of breast cancer, Swedish scientists said Wednesday. (Fox News)

ADHD Drug Shortages Lead to Hunt for Options
Shortages of drugs for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder have sent patients and their families on a hunt for pharmacies with drugs in stock. (Wall Street Journal)

Babies given anti-obesity drugs in the womb
One hundred obese mums-to-be will be given Metformin as part of a three-year study to tackle obesity rates and reduce the number of difficult births. (The Economist)

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