Tuesday, May 31, 2011 at 6:22 AM
Breast Milk has long been known to be very good for babies -- especially those who are born prematurely. For these preemies, what's even better is fortified breast milk. But one of the challenges is determining what kinds of nutrients are needed and how many because a woman's milk changes over time. In the health section in today's Plain Dealer, Angela Townsend writes about research that's happening right here in Cleveland with the hope of helping some of the smallest of babies. She spoke with ideastream's Eric Wellman.
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