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Breastfeeding (INACTIVE)

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  • Breastfeeding Mamas offer support online and in person

    Breastfeeding Mamas offer support online and in person
    "It was one of the worst experiences of my life. It was so painful I'd throw up," says MaryDawn Carrier, cradling 4-month-old Bella while describing her attempts to breastfeed her two older children. She's sitting in a circle of two dozen nursing...
  • 'Good bacteria' during pregnancy may ward off eczema: study

    'Good bacteria' during pregnancy may ward off eczema: study
    (Reuters) - Babies were less likely to get the itchy skin rash eczema when their mothers took probiotics during pregnancy and while breastfeeding, according to a study from Finland. Researchers said it's possible that probiotics - which are thought to...
  • Support group debunks breastfeeding myths

    Breastfeeding Mamas, a mother-to-mother support group, gives its members the following information to help them breastfeed successfully: • Breastfeed newborns as soon as possible after birth. • Breastfeed often to help establish and maintain...
  • Mammograms may be worth risks for some in their 40s

    Mammograms may be worth risks for some in their 40s
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - New research suggests that starting breast cancer screening at age 40 might be worthwhile for some women who have a higher-than-average risk of the disease, for example because their mother had cancer. Researchers and cancer...
  • Washington state woman behind military breast-feeding photo fired from job

    Washington state woman behind military breast-feeding photo fired from job
    The Washington state woman who orchestrated controversial photos of military moms breast-feeding their kids in uniform was fired from her civilian job as an X-ray technician and the women in the picture have been reprimanded, she said. Crystal Scott, the...
  • It's time for the moms to give the dads more credit

    It's time for the moms to give the dads more credit
    I'm surprised more dads aren't as peeved as Dave Taylor. He's a single father in a mother's world. "Mothers are these extraordinary, selfless, mythic women," said Taylor, a father of three and author of the blog GoFatherhood. "Meanwhile, those dads...
  • Restless Baby? Maybe It's Drinking Too Much Caffeine

    Restless Baby? Maybe It's Drinking Too Much Caffeine
    When Megan Brooks looks into the eyes of her 4 month old son Jacob she sees nothing but love--mixed in with a few sleepless nights. "It's just exhausting,” Megan said. “Especially being a new mom and working mom." Megan likes her morning cup...
  • SIDS: What's the safest way for infants to sleep?

    SIDS: What's the safest way for infants to sleep?
    Pediatricians and researchers have long recommended crib sleep as the safest infant sleeping arrangement to prevent sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS. But University of Notre Dame anthropology professor James McKenna says he has uncovered...
  • Let's get on board with paid leave

    Let's get on board with paid leave
    We are living in the Golden Age of hypocrisy. There's an obesity epidemic, and we're baking hot dogs into pizza crusts. People spend tens of thousands of dollars on off-road vehicles that will never see a drop of mud. And we all seem to agree on the...
  • Why breast feeding is best for baby

    Why breast feeding is best for baby
    One of the first choices a new mother will have to make is whether to breastfeed or bottle-feed her baby. Several medical organizations and child wellness groups stand by breastmilk as the best option for baby. But why is it superior over formula?...
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  • What the health care ruling means to you

    What the health care ruling means to you
    The Supreme Court's decision Thursday to uphold the Affordable Care Act means that the predictions about how it will affect Americans remain in place. The court did rule that a part of the law involving Medicaid must change. The law calls for an...