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Breastfeeding and Coffee Consumption in Children Younger than 2 Years

Breastfeeding and Coffee Consumption in Children Younger than 2 Years in Boston, Massachusetts, USA From Journal of Human Lactation Although introduction of inappropriate foods and liquids in early childhood and their association with breastfeeding is commonly reported in US children, … Continue reading

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Are the benefits of breast milk stimulant worth the risk?

Use of Domperidone as a Galactagogue Drug: A Systematic Review of the Benefit-Risk Ratio From Journal of Human Lactation  Most women can make all the milk their baby needs, but some mothers turn to medications to help increase their supply. … Continue reading

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How does working part-time vs. working full-time affect breastfeeding goals?

Maternity Leave Duration and Full-time/Part-time Work Status Are Associated with US Mothers’ Ability to Meet Breastfeeding Intentions From Journal of Human Lactation  Breastfeeding is known to provide significant health benefits for both infants and their mothers. However, while many women … Continue reading

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Attitudes Down Under toward breastfeeding in public places

Community attitudes toward breastfeeding in public places among Western Australia adults, 1995-2009 From Journal of Human Lactation There are many health benefits to breastfeeding. Community attitudes influence how comfortable mothers feel about breastfeeding in public places, but little is known … Continue reading

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Is breast best? Or chosen by less competent women?: An examination of bias against breastfeeding mothers

Spoiled milk: An experimental examination of bias against mothers who breastfeed From Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin  While breastfeeding babies has numerous health advantages to both mother and child, mothers who breastfeed may find that other people look down on … Continue reading

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