A brand new baby.  What an exciting time for Moms’ and Dads’.  You would do anything for your baby, right?  Your little bundle of great big possibilities.  You probably have Medical Insurance for your baby.  I hope you do.  Perhaps you spent some time getting Health Insurance Quotes and finding the best Medical Insurance you could afford for your baby.

Babies are delicate and need to be loved, cared for and nurtured.  What if I told you that there was one very simple, easy, and convenient thing you could do for your baby that would protect his/her health for the rest of its life, would you do it?

This one simple thing would protect your baby:

• Against infections of the ear and respiratory system
• Against diseases of the digestive and intestinal tract that cause vomiting and diarrhea
• Reduce your baby’s’ risk for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)
• Reduce likelihood that your baby will develop such chronic diseases as diabetes, asthma and obesity later in life
• Enhance your baby’s’ brain development
• Decrease your baby’s’ risk for leukemia, lymphoma and other cancers.*

You would probably do this one simple thing for your baby wouldn’t you?  There is more good news.  This one simple thing doesn’t cost anything; in fact it might even save you money.  It will certainly save you money at the doctor’s office.  Most medical insurance plans come with doctor co-pays.  If you have a healthy baby you won’t be having to use that copay option in your medical insurance plan.  And, with health care reform all well care checkups are free of charge as long as you have medical insurance.  Also, this one simple thing will probably protect your baby from colds and the flu.  A healthy baby equals happy parents.

Today it seems everywhere you look for medical advice all you hear about over and over again is prevention, prevention, and more prevention.  Medical insurance carriers and providers never stop stressing prevention.  Prevention is one of the reasons medical insurance carriers offer free checkups.  They have the statics to prove that it costs you and them a lot less money to keep your baby healthy than it does to care for them when they become sick.

This one simple thing is as old as time.  There has never been a successful substitute for it.  This one simple, old as time, protection for your baby is….  breast feeding!  “The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breast-feeding for a year and as long as baby and mother desire after that.  Once a baby reaches 6 months old, the mother can start adding in complimentary foods.”*

* From healthfinder.gov

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