Women’s Health Today

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Welcome to Women’s Health Today

Introduction to Women's Health Today from Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA.

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Are You Little Miss Perfect?

Do you strive to be perfect?

Talking about Sleep

There's a lot to say about sleep.

Sexual Assault Survivors and Breastfeeding

Can we assume that women who have been sexually assaulted won't want to breastfeed?

How to Give a Bottle to a Breastfed Baby: Ten Tips

When a breastfed baby refuses to take a bottle.

The Insecure Selfie

On International Day of the Girl, we look at how insecure girls may view themselves.

What Power Is In a Mother’s Song?

What are the associations between a mother singing to her baby and postnatal depression and well-being?

Do Babies Know More Than We Think?

What does a baby know about breastfeeding?

Ten Tips to Fend Off the Baby Blues

Tips for an at-risk pregnant or new mother to help combat depression if it occurs or returns.

Using Mindfulness to Cope with Extreme Stress and Disaster

In this Praeclarus Press podcast, Dr. Kathleen Kendall-Tackett discusses using mindfulness techniques to cope with extreme stress with Dr Diane Sanford, author of the upcoming book Stress Less, Live Better.

When Babies are Unwelcome at Weddings

How to respond to an invitation that excludes your baby or censors breastfeeding.

What is Mindfulness and How Can It Help?

Dr. Kathleen Kendall-Tackett discusses mindfulness with Dr. Diane Sanford, author of the upcoming book, Stress Less, Live Better.

Breastfeeding Without Birthing: Tips for Pumping Success

Fourteen milk-pumping tips to support the mother who wants to breastfeed the baby she does not give birth to.

Household Toxins with Donna Walls

What toxic things do we use every day? How can we eliminate them from our homes?

Breastfeeding Without Birthing: Hormones

What are some of the hormonal implications when a mother induces lactation?

Breastfeeding Without Birthing: Making Milk

An essential guide to breastfeeding for mothers through adoption, surrogacy, and other special circumstances.

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