On Sept 20th-21st, 2014, 150 parents, engineers, designers and healthcare providers will gather at the MIT Media Lab for the Make the Breast Pump Not Suck Hackathon. Other than finding a perfect, less
Before my son was born I figured breastfeeding would be a snap. Honestly, how hard could it be? One, attach baby. Two, baby nurses. The end. Ha. When my son was a newborn he was a lazy eater. He’d
“Breastmilk” the Movie, from the Executive Producers of “The Business of Being Born” is Available on iTunes & DVD August 5th
From the moment they share that they’re pregnant, most women are inundated with, “Breast is best” speeches about breastfeeding. Yet, while there’s plenty of research backing up
Breastfeeding is such a lovely time to bond with baby, but many infants take a few days or weeks to get the hang of it, during which time a mother’s sensitive nipples really start to wear and tear.
Even though people have been raising babies since the dawn of man — the little bundles of joy still remain a mystery in myriad ways. They arrive into the world a few weeks early or several days
There’s yet another great reason to breastfeed say researchers from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. According to the researchers findings, babies who have a low birth weight and babies who
When Breastfeeding Fails: Moving Past the Guilt & Disappointment of Not Being Able to Nurse Your Baby
My son Darrol Henry recently turned one. First birthdays are always a huge deal, but I got an added bit of excitement when my little man hit 12 months: our pediatrician said we could stop giving him
Breastfeeding is super-rewarding, but it can be challenging, and in some cases, not possible. Nipple confusion is always a concern for nursing moms who would like to pump and have baby feed from the
Self preservation is a strong motivator in humans — even in very young babies according to evolutionary biologist David Haig, who says babies may cry in order to prevent their parents from having
Breastfeeding Support Project – An Overview from Small World Social on Vimeo. The Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) recently completed a trial breastfeeding support project with Google
Glyphosate-containing herbicides, which fall under many trademarks such as Monsanto’s ‘Roundup,’ are top selling herbicides in the world and now they are popping up in the breast milk of
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