Obama: Government shutdown over health care ‘a bad idea’

The health benefits of breastfeeding

9, 2013. (Photo: Charles Dharapak AP) Battle over funding of the health care law is expected next month. Oct. 1 is the deadline for establishing health care exchanges in all 50 states. SHARE 440 CONNECT 29 TWEET 133 COMMENTEMAILMORE WASHINGTON President Obama on Friday called a GOP effort to repeal his signature health care law an “ideological fixation” but stopped short of saying how he would react to Republican threats to shut down the government over the issue. The comments, which he delivered at a news conference where he touched on a broad range of issues, come ahead of what is expected to be a difficult budget battle with Congress and a possible government shutdown as Republicans again attempt to repeal Obama’s health care law by defunding it.

Both these elements tend to keep diseases away and protect the infant. The health benefits of breastfeeding # 6: Breastfeeding promotes growth, as breast milk contains growth regulating factors, growth promoting factors and growth modulators. The health benefits of breastfeeding # 7: Breast milk is bacteriologically safe and always fresh. Therefore, it is the only safe drink for a newborn. The health benefits of breastfeeding # 8: It provides immunity to viral and bacterial diseases, thereby helping your child fight various infections. The health benefits of breastfeeding # 9: It stimulates the infant’s own immunologic defences. The health benefits of breastfeeding # 10: Breastfeeding decreases the risk of respiratory and diarrheal diseases. The health benefits of breastfeeding # 11: Breastfeeding prevents or reduces the risk of allergies. The health benefits of breastfeeding # 12: Breastfeeding promotes correct development of jaws, teeth and speech patterns. The health benefits of breastfeeding # 13: Breastfeeding decreases tendency toward childhood obesity and other risk related to obesity.

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