“Stay-home mums are a vanishing breed,” FamilyVoice research officer Ros Phillips said today. “Governments are increasingly pushing them back into the paid workforce before their babies are fully weaned.
“I welcome the recent Glenelg Openair cinema decision to cancel most planned screenings of the sex-and-violence movie Fifty Shades of Grey,” FamilyVoice Australia research officer Ros Phillips said today.
“A new study of 6000 babies from all socio-economic backgrounds born in 1982 has found that those who were breastfed ended up with higher IQs three decades later. They did significantly better in later life – and the longer they were breastfed, the higher their achievements,” FamilyVoice research officer Ros Phillips said today.