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The benefits of breastfeeding are numerous for moms and babies. We can’t allow conversations around breastfeeding to be taboo or uncomfortable.
Breastfeeding be low maintenance and inexpensive, but there are some items that can make it easier. Our lactation consultant shares her top six must-haves.
Lactation consultant Angie Bauman shares tips for moms of all kinds, from minimal to exclusive pumpers. Here's what to look when choosing a pump.
Health conditions, lifestyle factors and relationships can all negatively impact sexual desire, leading to the most common sexual dysfunction among women.
Hand expression is a great skill to have when your baby is sleepy or your breasts are engorged. Plus, it can help boost milk supply.
It's recommended that babies be exclusively breastfed for the first six months. Here's why and how communities should support the effort.
When it comes to breastfeeding, you're not alone. Find out how a lactation consultant can help before and after delivery.
Turns out a freezer full of breast milk may not be the best indicator of pumping success. Producing too much milk also has its disadvantages.
The "babymoon" is over and its back to work for the working mom. Here's what you need to know about your pumping needs during the work day.