A research review examining that babies of color in the NICU have less access to both their own parent's breast/chestmilk but also less access to donor milk.
Researchers are discovering and learning more about the components of breastmilk all the time and identifying the function of all the unique ingredients. This activity is a very simple and effective way to visually demonstrate what are the ingredients in both breastmilk and formula.
Suzanne Barston, author of Bottled Up: How the Way We Feed Babies Has Come to Define Motherhood, and Why It Shouldn’t and blogger on topics related to infant feeding discusses the new study that examines bacterial levels found in breastmilk purchased online.
Press time update: Over the course of my research on Monday 4/22/13, I noticed that by the end of the day, Milkscreens main website no longer shows links to the Breastfeeding Assesment Calculator. The Facebook page for this product has also been removed. An email received from the company con
[Editor's Note: A big hello to Science and Sensibility readers! As this is my first post, I would like to take a minute to thank Deena for the wonderful job she did on Science and Sensibility in February. I look forward to spending the month of March with you. Enjoy! - Lisa Baker] As discussed