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Researchers began with a group of 5,914 newborn babies in 1982, and were able to follow-up with 3,493 of them three decades later. (Researchers consider their follow-up rate to have been 68 percent because they count 325 subjects who are known to have died and several for whom they didn't have complete IQ or breastfeeding information.) Though one of the study's co-authors, Bernardo Lessa Hort, characterized the rate as "quite good," many scientists would say it's suboptimal.

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Relying on a research subject's memory can be a major threat to validity, and breastfeeding mothers have provided inaccurate estimates to scientists before.

"When mothers are asked retrospectively in breastfeeding studies about breastfeeding duration, the reports become increasingly inaccurate with increasing time since cessation," according to a 2008 paper about research biases by Lars Fadnes.

Measuring either—intelligence or success—is tricky because, like happiness, they're difficult to quantify in meaningful terms.

And though breastfeeding may play a role in how a kid turns out, 30 years of parenting surely has more to do with what kind of adult a baby becomes.

"So there is always a question of whether [an outcome like higher IQ] is a consequence of breastfeeding by itself...

The kids who are breastfed are wealthier."In other words, because mothers who breastfeed are also more likely to enjoy a higher socioeconomic status, maybe the breastfed babies have higher IQs and better income in life because of advantages—other than breast milk—associated with that higher socioeconomic status.

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Like the fact that mothers participating in the study were required to recall their breastfeeding habits years after their babies were born.

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