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New moms who have caught COVID-19 have protective antibodies in their breast milk for about 10 months, according to new research out of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

Soon-to-be moms have higher risk of serious diseases like COVID. Why aren’t more of them vaccinated?

New moms who have caught COVID-19 have protective antibodies in their breast milk for about 10 months, according to new research out of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

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