Naomi Bar-Yam, Ph.D.

Honoring All Kinds of Mothers: Donor Milk and Opioid Use Disorder

Honoring All Kinds of Mothers: Donor Milk and Opioid Use Disorder

Mother’s Day is an opportunity, across the globe, to honor all kinds of mothers—those with young children and grown children, mothers whose children have died, mothers who struggle with their own... More > about Honoring All Kinds of Mothers: Donor Milk and Opioid Use Disorder

National Public Health Week: Donor Milk as a Bridge to Breastfeeding

Each year National Public Health Week, celebrated the first full week in April, explores, honors, and educates about some dimension of public health by looking... More > about National Public Health Week: Donor Milk as a Bridge to Breastfeeding

Milk Bank Milestone: 15 years

A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality. – John Lennon Fifteen years ago this week, March... More > about Milk Bank Milestone: 15 years

COVID-19 and Breastfeeding: Lessons from the Past Brought Forward

Final of four in a series Anniversaries (of birth, marriage, death, countries’ independence, war, peace) are an opportunity to celebrate, mourn, reflect back, project forward.... More > about COVID-19 and Breastfeeding: Lessons from the Past Brought Forward

Pregnant Women Get Sick and Sick Women Get Pregnant: Lessons from COVID About Drug Trials

Third of four in a series Anniversaries (of birth, marriage, death, countries’ independence, war, peace) are an opportunity to celebrate, mourn, reflect back, project forward.... More > about Pregnant Women Get Sick and Sick Women Get Pregnant: Lessons from COVID About Drug Trials

Lessons from COVID: Parents as Essential Caregivers

Second of four in a series Anniversaries (of birth, marriage, death, countries’ independence, war, peace) are an opportunity to celebrate, mourn, reflect back, project forward.... More > about Lessons from COVID: Parents as Essential Caregivers