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Science You Can Use: New study says breastfeeding is not associated with obesity risk. Let’s take a closer look.
Have you heard the news that a recent study found that breastfeeding is not associated with lowered risk of childhood obesity? But you may also have heard that breastfeeding protects against obesity. In fact, the Surgeon General writes that not … Continue reading
If you’re breastfeeding now, do you think you’ll remember – to the month – when you weaned 20 years after the fact? When it comes to breastfeeding, are we like mama elephants or Forgetful Jones? The answer has big implications … Continue reading
Did you know that over half of American infants receive support from the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program each year, at over 9,000 clinic locations? That the program is the largest purchaser of infant formula in the U.S.? That … Continue reading
Music is food for the soul, they say. But what it if also made food for babies? A recent study found that mothers of babies in the NICU pumped more milk – and fattier milk – when listening to recorded … Continue reading