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Promoting Breastfeeding as An Experience

Expert in nutrition and infant feeding Ted Greiner shares his provocative perspective.

This Century Belongs to Breastfeeding

International public health commentator James Akre invites support for Mother Nature.

A Sad Reason for 10 Minutes of Fame

Ten percent is usually the upper acceptable limit of weight loss in the first days of life.

The Fourth Trimester or First 3 Months Following Birth

Subverting the expectations of our current birthing culture or observing the mother's sovereignty?

The Mother in the Tilt-a-Whirl Bed

I’ve seen so few mothers die after birth, I’m probably overly optimistic that this mother will survive.

Our Perverse Approach to Breastfeeding: Historic Proportions

James Akre finds a startling parallel of historic proportions.

Six Months of Breastfeeding Reduces Mothers’ Risk of Heart Disease

New study reveals six months of breastfeeding reduces mothers’ risk of heart disease.

Black History Month

Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA says, "I’m often asked why we need to highlight health issues among African-Americans."

3 Ways For a New Mother to Mother Herself

I’m thinking, says Teresa Pitman, you probably don’t need to be convinced of your need to be mothered as you make your own giant leap into motherhood.

Poverty: A Tale of Two Mothers, Miles Apart

There was nothing from the phone call that warned me it was an emergency.

Doraine Bailey’s review of “Under One Sky”

A review of our new book, Under One Sky by Chris Auer

Breastfeeding Mother Runs Ultramarathons

Being an ultra runner has given me the ability to believe in the impossible.

A Breastfeeding Mother and Her Newborn’s Drug Withdrawal

If the score is above an eight for three consecutive times, he will not be going home when she does.

My Instinctive Trust in Breastfeeding

I wasn’t ready to give up.

3 Ways to Cope with Sleep Deprivation for Breastfeeding Moms

Better sleep means you’ll be more rested, more productive, healthier and probably a great deal happier as a result.

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