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Rising numbers of new mothers breastfeeding by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Tue 20 Aug 2013 9:24am August is National Breastfeeding month, and the CDC has released some encouraging news: between 2000 and 2010 the percentage of new mothers who chose to nurse their babies has climbed. In 2000, 35 percent of new moms nursed for six months, and 16 percent nursed for at least one year; in 2010 those numbers rose to 49 percent and 27 percent.1 Thi ... Read on »
Contaminants in Human Milk: Weighing the Risks against the Benefits of Breastfeeding by Environmental Health Posted Tue 30 Sep 2008 9:00pm Contaminants in Human Milk: Weighing the Risks against the Benefits of Breastfeeding Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
Exclusive Breast-Feeding Best for Baby: Experts by HealthFinder Posted Mon 27 Feb 2012 12:00pm healthnewslink Pediatricians reaffirm nursing's benefits for mother and child. MONDAY, Feb. 27 (HealthDay ... Read on »
What's In The News - Breast feeding, Sleep, Mental Health and Psychotherapy by just 4 families Patient Expert Posted Wed 13 Jan 2010 5:22am As parents it can be hard to know where to look when it comes to information. Sometimes it's information overload, at other times we miss out on important information because of that overload. Here are some of the important issues to parents along with some not so important but never-the-less interesting items. We know that breast feeding i ... Read on »
Saudi Cleric: Adult Breastfeeding Allows for Mixing of Unrelated Sexes by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Mon 05 Jul 2010 12:00am We advocate breastfeeding here at Eco Child’s Play in any shape or form, but a fatwa (religious edict) issued by a Saudi cleric last month takes the practice of nourishing a child naturally and uses it to justify unrelated male and female relationships.  Specifically, the edict calls on women to “give their breast milk to male colleagues and ... Read on »
Just a little breast-feedi ... by John R. Posted Tue 11 Sep 2012 4:12pm Just a little breast-feeding in infancy 'lowers the risk' of a child suffering from depression in adulthood Retrospective self-report data and a small sample of ill people.  Thin grounds for generalization Adults are less likely to suffer from depression if they were breast-fed as infants, according to scientists.  However, the amount o ... Read on »
Breast-Fed Babies Unlikely To Develop Type-2 Diabetes Later! by Ng Peng Hock Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 9:46pm Childhood obesity and the emergence of type-2 diabetes in youth have become a major health problem for many countries. This has actually prompted many researches to identify lifestyle approaches to primary prevention of both conditions. A recent paper, published in the medical journal Diabetes Care by a team of researchers from ... Read on »
Women Forced to Breastfeed Adult Men in Saudi Arabia... by relationships .. Posted Tue 08 Jun 2010 1:18pm Sounds to Me Like Some Countries Have Mommy Issues... As many of us know, women and men in Saudi Arabia must be careful not to mingle, as the insanely strict Islamic law bans mixing between the sexes who are not related. Recently, the Saudis have issued a fatwa that forces women who come into contact with unrelated men on a regular basis to ... Read on »
Eat a Nutritious, Well-Balanced Diet and Lose Weight during Breastfeeding by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Feb 2012 12:26pm Women carry the ability to produce breast milk to feed their infants. Breast milk is perfect for infants and gives them a marvelous, healthy start in life. Breastfeeding women require an increased amount of nutrients and calories in maintaining their breast milk supply. Breastfeeding women should always eat healthy with including protein, gra ... Read on »
An Unorthodox Theory for Weight Gain by Wellness Corporate Solutions Posted Mon 09 Jan 2012 11:32am We can’t deny the increased prevalence of obesity the world over, but experts continue to debate the leading factors behind this epidemic. Most everyone agrees that when “calories in” exceed “calories out”, an individual will gain weight, however, the biological underpinnings of overeating and food cravings are worthy of examination. Me ... Read on »