When I mentioned to my health care provider that I was concerned about my ability to breastfeed, she suggested I make an appointment with a lactation consultant. What is a lactation consultant? more
Scientists studying gut microbiota, described as a vast and mysterious “new organ,” have made an important discovery that will give expectant and new mothers yet another reason to give birth vaginally and breastfeed their babies. Microbiota is an array of... more
Updated February 10, 2015 Stephanie Sanders and Alex Bligh both had trouble with their milk supply in their early weeks of breastfeeding. After trying everything else, both turned to a drug called domperidone and found their supply quickly increased. Both... more
“How can I tell if my baby is hungry?” is a question many new breastfeeding mothers ask. There are a few telltale signs that your baby is hungry and ready to eat. Early infant hunger cues include: babies putting their... more
It’s a common milestone we all assume happens when your child turns 1: Happy first birthday, have some milk with your cake. Non-human milk replaces human milk, and the weaning journey continues apace. After all, the prevailing wisdom is to... more
It goes without saying that workplace bathrooms are not germ-free spaces for working mothers to express their milk and wash bottles and equipment. But many women working outside the home had few alternatives—until now. With the passage of the health... more
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