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A mother’s urge to feed her child is a primal one. Our identical twin daughters, Sasha and Jocelyn, were born at 36 weeks after what appeared to be an uncomplicated pregnancy. Right after their birth, we learned our daughters had
By Priya Nembhard Originally posted by our partner organization Moms Pump Here, 3/31/16 momspumphere.com/blog/entry/nursing-rooms-and-nyc-politics It almost seems like the words “nursing room” and “politics” do not belong in the same sentence. In a perfect world we would not have to think
Inside Edition interviews our very own Research Advisory Board Member, Professor David Newburg, who tests milk samples and concludes, “Seven of the eight samples acquired on the internet I would not feed to infants Inside Edition article.
I had my daughter Giuliana in December of 2013. As a new mom I knew I wanted to try breastfeeding, but honestly had no clue as to how it might go. After a bit of a rocky start and a
National Breastfeeding Month Breastfeeding, work, and milk donation: Making it work … and then some By Naomi Bar-Yam, Ph.D., Executive Director, MMBNE In 2014, HMBANA certified milk banks dispensed 3.77 million ounces of milk from over 6,800 donors from all