Research has recently shown that as the unborn infant grows, week by week, the health of the child improves greatly as each week passes by. On average, a single-fetus pregnancy lasts 40 weeks from the date of the woman’s last menstrual period until childbirth.
Changes with birth control are on the horizon. It will have to do with the availability and accessibility of this medication. The primary reason for this is to make an effort to reduce the number of unintended pregnancies in the United States
Recent studies have been performed and data shows that almost 1000 deaths per year could be avoided by breastfeeding alone. Also referred to as “Preventable Deaths”. The cost associated because of the lack of breast feeding is alarming and amazing. It has been calculated that just over $13 billion dollars annually are spent because of lack of breastfeeding.