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Mother's Milk: Natural Breast Feeding & Nursing Tips from a Mother of Two by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:47pm A dear friend of mine, Vida Gomez has added a few thoughts to share with mothers out there who are seeking to breast feed and to make this experience one that creates a close bond with mother and child. For mothers who may be looking for breastfeeding tips and nursing suggestions- Vida is definitely one who can help frustrated and concern ... Read on »
Mother's Milk: Natural Breast Feeding & Nursing Tips from a Mother of Two by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:00am A dear friend of mine, Vida Gomez has added a few thoughts to share with mothers out there who are seeking to breast feed and to make this experience one that creates a close bond with mother and child. For mothers who may be looking for breastfeeding tips and nursing suggestions- Vida is definitely one who can help frustrated and concerned m ... Read on »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Breastfeeding children 'cuts r ... by John R. Posted Thu 22 Dec 2011 7:40am Breastfeeding children 'cuts risk of obesity and diabetes in later life' Ho hum! This mystical epidemiological knowledge never stops. I have no doubt that breast feeding is a generally good thing but saying which of the effects described below is due to breast feeding is impossible. There are strong social class effects on breastfeeding ... Read on »
WTF CDC? Stop Breastfeeding for the Rotavirus Vaccine to be Effective by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Mon 23 Jan 2012 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Image via Wikipedia When my son was recovering from open heart surgery as an infant, another child came down with rotavirus in the NICU.  The nurses wanted us to trade places with this child and swore a “hard clean” would tak ... Read on »
Down Syndrome Awareness Month: Breast Feeding a Baby With Down Syndrome by Lisa Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 Oct 2010 12:00am DISCLAIMER: I do have a decidedly pro-breast feeding bent. However, this post is not intended to judge or criticize anyone who chooses not to, or who for whatever reason can't, breast feed. My intention is only to share my own experience in the hope of correcting some misconceptions and giving hope and encouragement to any new moms out there ... Read on »
Difficulties in breast feeding by Emanuela .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:02pm Breast feeding is proven to be best for your baby but what if you are really finding it difficult?Breast feeding is convenient, no bottles to sterilise, formula milk to carry around and the search for somewhere to heat it up and then of course having to let it cool down when the kind waitress has made it hotter than a flaming zambuka! B ... Read on »