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November 2017

Why Breastfeeding is in Men’s Best Interest

A quintessentially feminine act.

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Bad Childhood. Great Life

Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA looks at the long-term effects on health of difficult experiences in childhood and how you can overcome them.

Podcast: Top 3 Tips for Stressing Less during the Holidays

In this podcast, Dr. Kathleen Kendall-Tackett interviews Dr. Diane Sanford, author of Stress Less, Live Better, on how to successfully reduce holiday stress.

Give Thanks Every Day

A family tradition

How to Avoid Holiday Weaning

In the hustle and bustle of holidays, breastfeeding is sometimes a challenge.

The Comfort of Childhood Toys and Attachment

Our attachment to cuddly toys and the psychology of child development.

Pay it Forward

Thanksgiving challenge.

Podcast: Top 3 Tips for Practicing Gratitude

Just in time for Thanksgiving. Dr. Kathleen Kendall-Tackett interviews Dr. Diane Sanford on using gratitude to help relieve stress.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Visiting a New Baby

While an extra pair of hands can be welcome, some visitors may bring advice and comments that are not at all helpful

Pumping Breast Milk? Troubleshooting Tips to Maximize Production and Save Time

Follow these tips from Robyn Roche-Paull to make pumping as stress free and effective as possible.

Preventing Seasonal Affective Disorder

An infographic to create awareness about seasonal affective disorder.

Tattoos, Piercing, and Breastfeeding

Robyn Roche-Paull explains what a pierced and tattooed breastfeeding mother needs to know for her safety.

How to Choose a Breast Pump

Helping you to figure out which pump is best for your situation

Lessons to Learn from Fed is Best

Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA looks at what are the issues fueling anti-breastfeeding? And how can the challenges be addressed?

Who Makes the Choice Whether You Breastfeed Your Baby?

Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA asks, when it comes to feeding a baby, how much choice do we have?

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