In new research, researchers concluded that explained some of the observed benefits of human milk at the breast/chest for human babies—the biological norm reduces stress hormones and the impact they can have on the body.
World Breastfeeding Week continues with some great resources for childbirth educators, lactation consultants, and other perinatal professionals
Do breastfeeding educators have a bias towards....breastfeeding? Read about LCCE Sharon Muza's experience with a family that called her out for having a bias toward breastfeeding in a breastfeeding class!
This week, in recognition of World Breastfeeding Week, I am attending a fundraiser in my community, Seattle, for the Northwest Mothers Milk Bank, (NWMMB) which includes a reception and screening of the documentary, Donor Milk. I am excited to support this important mission and am looking
Its probably fair to say that most women who decide to have an epidural during labor dont consider its possible impact on breastfeeding. Perhaps this is because no thought is given generally to any possible links between drugs and breastfeeding success (or otherwise). Instead, both pregnant (or la