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  • Breast feeding awareness comes to Riverside
    Breast feeding awareness comes to Riverside
    Inland Empire Chapter of LaLeche League International, Badass Breast feeders of the Inland Empire and the Inland Empire Cloth Diapering and Baby Wearing Facebook group all participated in the breast feeding awareness event The Global Big Latch On,...
  • Increase Breast Milk with Herbal Supplements
    Increase Breast Milk with Herbal Supplements
    Whether nursing your first baby or fourth, it can be different every time. Each little baby has their own set of needs and personalities and what comes easily to some babies (they just want to nurse) is more difficult to others (they are so...
  • Healthy alternatives to locate breast milk
    Buying breast milk online could be hazardous to your baby’s health
    You want your baby to have the advantages of being breastfed but you are unable to provide the milk yourself. What do you do, especially now that it has been shown that buying breast milk online can be hazardous to your baby’s health?Human...
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    Bottle feeding may increase risk of stomach blockage in infants
    Bottle feeding appears to increase the risk infants will develop hypertrophic pyloric stenosis (HPS), a form of stomach blockage, according to a study published in the Oct. 21 online edition of JAMA Pediatrics.According to a JAMA news release, HPS...
  • Breast milk obtained online may be harmful to infants, study says
    Breast milk obtained online may be harmful to infants, study says
    Breast milk is best, but what if it's not from your breast? A study published Monday by Pediatrics revealed that breast milk obtained from popular milk sharing websites may contain harmful bacteria.In recent years, breast feeding has regained...
  • Cezanne Hortense breast feeding Paul 1872
    Bacteria from mom’s gut found in breast milk
    Babies who drink breast milk receive ‘good’ bacteria that has been transferred from mom’s gut, reports Environmental Microbiology. The probiotic bacteria colonize the neonatal gut and improve the immune system.Data suggests that...
  • Breastfeeding an infant
    Breastfeeding rates continue to rise in U.S.
    On July 31, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)announced the results of a studyof breastfeeding in the United States. In the first decade of the century, the rate of women using this methodto feed their six month old infants increased to nearly...
  • Intelligence later in life may be associated with breast feeding
    Intelligence later in life may be associated with breast feeding
    Prevailing opinion has been that breast feeding is good for babies. Womenshealth.com notes that the experience of breastfeeding is important for many reasons, including the joyful bonding with your baby, the cost savings, and the significant...
  • Alicia Silverstone launches program for moms to share breast milk
    Alicia Silverstone launches program for moms to share breast milk
    Actress, Alicia Silverstone made headlines in 2012 when she posted a video of herself feeding her son, Bear Blu, chewed food from her mouth. Now, she has launched the Kind Mama Milk Share program for moms to share breast milk as reported on July 2...
  • Breast fed babies rank a higher social status
    Breast fed babies rank a higher social status
    There is more than enough scientific evidence that breast milk is good and holistic for baby’s health that’s a given, but what does it have to do with climbing the social ladder.The research team from the University College London...
  • Kim Kardashian's liking breast feeding!
    Kim Kardashian breast feeding obsession: Mammaries not just for cleavage anymore
    Kim Kardashian is obsessed with breast feeding, that’s the newest bit of news coming from Kim’s first few days as a new mom. According to TMZ, on June 23, 2013, she loves breast feeding the baby and has taken to it like a fish in water...
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    Most breast-fed babies will also need vitamin D supplements
    On April 30 WWLP reports that babies who are breast-fed or even partially breast-fed also need vitamin D supplements, which only roughly 10 percent of babies receive according to a 2011 study. The recommended dose for children from newborn to 12...
  • Mom says flight attendant ‘humiliated’ her for using breast pump on flight
    Mom says flight attendant ‘humiliated’ her for using breast pump on flight
    A mom says she was "humiliated" and "embarrassed" on an American Airlines flight from Minneapolis to Chicago.Dawnella Brahos from Indiana tells FOX 32 that the lead flight attendant publicly ridiculed her, and then stopped her...
  • Celebrities who breastfeed
    Facebook blocks mom for breastfeeding: Kristen Bell and other celebs chime in
    Facebook blocks a mom for breastfeeding, according to an April 5 The Inquisitr report. Kristy Kemp runs a support group on the social network called Breastfeeding Mama Talk, which has over 4,000 menbers. One of those members uploaded a photo of...
  •  Marnie Glickman of Portland, Oregon feeds her three and a half month daughter Calliope.
    Recommended duration of breastfeeding rates are disappointing (Video)
    Womenshealth.gov writes that the experience of breastfeeding is very special because if offers joyful bonding of the mother and baby, cost savings, and health benefits for both mother and baby. Medline Plus writes that breastfeeding offers many...