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Are There Differences Between Breastfeeding Directly and Bottle-feeding Expressed Milk?

From the breast or from the bottle, fresh or frozen, your milk provides all of the nutrition your baby needs for normal growth and development and much more. The nutritive and health-supportive properties of breastmilk can be bottled, making it … Continue reading

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Breastfeeding: The Gold Standard Conference in New Orleans

March 21, 2012 – March 23, 2012 The 15th Annual Breastfeeding: The Gold Standard Conference New Orleans, Louisiana Conference Website: http://www.breastfeedingthegoldstandard.org/ Contact Information: Laura Goodwin-Wright LLGWright@aol.com The Hampton Inn & Suites 1201 Convention Center Boulevard New Orleans, Louisiana Sponsored by: La … Continue reading

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Postpartum Depression Resources

Websites and hotline numbers for postpartum depression (PPD) Continue reading

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Potential Risks Associated With Informal Human Milk Sharing

Another critical variable in milk sharing is whether the milk has come from a mother who is taking medications, street drugs or has in some other way compromised her milk. Continue reading

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Relactation, Induced Lactation, and Adoptive Breastfeeding Resources

Relactation and Inducing Lactation Relactation Answer Page–LLLI Relactation and Adoptive Breastfeeding: The Basics The Adoptive Breastfeeding Resource Site Ask Lenore–Induced Lactation Pumping Maximizing milk production with a pump Bringing Baby Back to the Breast Getting your newborn back to the … Continue reading

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Breastfeeding After Sexual Abuse or Assault

It may feel very difficult and frightening to address the topic of sexual abuse, and as women we understand that. If you’re reading this, chances are that you or someone you know is a survivor of sexual abuse or assault. … Continue reading

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