Tag Archives: Research & Science

Weekly Wrap Up 8.15.10 Indonesian Breastfeeding Law, NICU Success, Medications Hotline Opens

By Elita of Blacktating.com for the Best for Babes Foundation ©2010 Remember last week when supermodel Gisele Bundchen said she thought there should be a law requiring moms to breastfeed for 6 months? Well, she got her wish. Indonesia passed … Continue reading

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Last revised on 08/16/2010

Weekly Update 5/22: Stem cells in breast milk, Contraceptives & breastfeeding mothers and new BfB wrap!

By Elita of Blacktating.com for the Best for Babes Foundation ©2010 This week started off with a bang when a writer for the Better Homes and Gardens blog posted a piece on the Ten Commandments of Dining with Little Kids. … Continue reading

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Last revised on 06/01/2010

Breastfeeding News 5/22/10: Shady Studies, Chocolate Formula, Julie Bowen & Fundraiser Success

By Elita of Blacktating.com for the Best for Babes Foundation ©2010 Have you ever asked yourself, “Who benefits from all of this research conducted on breast milk?” It seems that we are constantly hearing about a new study touting the … Continue reading

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Last revised on 05/24/2010

Breastfeeding News 5/15/2010: Gisele, More on Obesity, ABC’s “What Would You Do”

By Elita of Blacktating.com for the Best for Babes Foundation ©2010 What a week for breastfeeding, Babes! Nursing moms were the focus of the White House, a TV show, the fashion world and more! Supermodel Gisele Bundchen made lots of … Continue reading

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Last revised on 05/17/2010

Don’t Believe Every Breastfeeding Study You See

 . . . until you’ve asked some important questions.  Last week, I saw a tweet about a new study linking long-term breastfeeding  with more aggressive cancers.    (“Long-term” is defined in the article as breastfeeding for six months or more . . . … Continue reading

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Last revised on 04/08/2010