Category Archives for "Breastfeeding"
When it comes to parents making decisions about their children, a lot of value is placed on us being able to make informed choices. Take the case of deciding how we will feed and nurture our babies, for example. Many new parents believe they are making an informed choice when they decide to use baby […]Continue reading
Here are breastfeeding tips for coping with sore nipples. Remember that a little soreness is normal during the early days of breastfeeding (especially for first time Moms). However, extremely sore nipples beyond that time is a sign of a problem, and one that can likely be solved with minor changes. You can prevent and treat […]Continue reading
What is the real cost of baby formula? Breastfeeding is not just a healthy choice, it’s also an economical choice. And the longer you breastfeed, the more the savings add up. As babies mature, they eat more. If you’re bottle-feeding, that means your expenses grow along with your baby. Nursing, by contrast, costs no more […]Continue reading
A new breastfeeding Mom hears a lot of breastfeeding tips and advice from health care givers to family, friends and even complete strangers. Below, a breastfeeding educator shares the best breastfeeding advice she has ever received. The Best Breastfeeding Advice I Ever Got by Carrie Lauth Recently I was with a group of mothers who […]Continue reading
Also Good For Overactive Letdown Reflex (“too much milk”) and Colic by Dr. Jack Newman Most mothers have lots of milk or could have had lots, but the problem is that the baby is not getting the milk that is available. Sometimes, mothers are told they have too much milk, and it may come out […]Continue reading