The mother’s IQ was a better predictor of whether she would breastfeed than race, education, age, poverty status, smoking, the home environment, or the child’s birth weight or birth order. One standard deviation increase in maternal IQ (15 points) more than doubled the odds that a woman would breastfeed her child.
Hmm, well OK. You can’t argue with science, I suppose 🙂
I guess this means that a Mensa meeting won’t be too different from a La Leche League meeting. 😉