Dress code and Breast fetishism Many people in Western culture , both male and female, consider breasts an important female secondary sex characteristic  and an important aspect of femininity. Display of cleavage with a low neckline is often regarded as a form of feminine flirting or seduction , as much as for its aesthetic or erotic effect. Most men derive erotic pleasure from seeing a woman's cleavage,  and some people derive pleasure in their female partner exposing cleavage. When cleavage is enhanced with a push-up bra or exposed by a low neckline it can draw attention.
Breast abscesses Breast abscesses A breast abscess is a localised collection of pus in the breast tissue. It is usually caused by a bacterial infection. Breast infections, including mastitis and breast abscesses, are most often seen in women aged 15 to 45 years. Symptoms The signs and symptoms of breast abscesses are:
Color[ edit ] The difference between coloring of areolae. The areolae can range from pink to red to dark brown or nearly black, but generally tend to be paler among people with lighter skin tones and darker among people with darker skin tones. A reason for the differing color may be to make the nipple area more visible to the infant. Size and shape[ edit ] Large areolae on a woman. Adult women have areolae of an average of
Lack of exclusive breastfeeding among infants months of age and no breastfeeding among children months of age are associated with increased diarrhea morbidity and mortality in developing countries. We estimate the protective effects conferred by varying levels of breastfeeding exposure against diarrhea incidence, diarrhea prevalence, diarrhea mortality, all-cause mortality, and hospitalization for diarrhea illness. We systematically reviewed all literature published from to assessing levels of suboptimal breastfeeding as a risk factor for selected diarrhea morbidity and mortality outcomes. We conducted random effects meta-analyses to generate pooled relative risks by outcome and age category. We found a large body of evidence for the protective effects of breastfeeding against diarrhea incidence, prevalence, hospitalizations, diarrhea mortality, and all-cause mortality.