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All Things Breastfeeding Podcast
22 minutes | 8 days ago
All Things Breastfeeding 67: Breastfeeding Book Groups!
Breastfeeding book groups? What on earth do I mean by breastfeeding book groups? So, fall of 2019 I had just finished helping Lisa Marasco with some final edits of her and Diana West’ new edition of Making More Milk, 2nd Edition. The holidays were coming and I ordered a copy of the book for each of my interns. I thought to myself, we should read this together as a book group. Let me explain a few things here. First of all, I am a voracious reader. Have been my whole life. I read 1-4 books per week. However, what I almost exclusively read is fiction. I read Pulitzer prize winner to the worse chick lit. I don’t read a lot of non-fiction. Secondly, I love book groups. I spent the first 31 years of my life reading alone. I had no one to talk to about what I was reading or had read. In 1995 I boldly asked to join a book group with someone I liked very much but didn’t know very well. 26 years later I am still part of this group and have read some of the most challenging books of my life. About 5 years ago I did start a book group that started out reading fiction but quickly moved into books about self transformation which are non-fiction. Because of my commitment to the group, I almost always would read the book. Professional Breastfeeding Book Groups Back to fall of 2019. I knew I wanted to read this new amazing book very closely so I could best help my clients. But when I thought, we should read this (my interns and I) as a book group it occurred to me that many others might like to join us as well. I even proposed the idea to one of the authors, Lisa Marasco who is a good friend of mine in November of 2019. She thought the idea was interesting. I tucked this thought aside and moved on with my life. COVID Ruins Everything My husband was an early predictor of the tragedy COVID would bring to us all. Toward the end of January he predicted we were all in for some serious trouble and would be needing to isolate for a long period of time. I was thinking of until June. Ha! But this meant my consultations and teaching would be greatly impacted so it was time to get into gear. Necessity is the mother of invention! I reached out to Lisa again and she was in for the book group. Diana West was struggling with some health issues and other commitments so she gave her blessing but was not able to participate. I was already doing a hybrid model for my 90 hour professional course and we had just moved our courses to a new online education system, Learning at The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor on Thinkific. I knew Zoom was going to become everyone’s new best friend ASAP so I imagined a book group that could be for professionals BUT also for parents. Making More Milk, 2nd Edition is written for families but it is also the best resources on increasing breastmilk supply for professionals. Just FYI, I could not have done this without the support and guidance of my then intern, now colleague, Jessica Beemsterboer. She did research, help trouble shoot, and gave me the confidence that I could do this! Making More Milk Book Group I created a 7 week course using my hybrid model. We would read assigned chapters, I created chapter summaries for each of the chapters. We also had supporting materials, and then once a week we would meet on Zoom with Lisa Marasco. She was able to attend 5 out of 7 of our meetings. Lisa and I would discuss each chapter, clarify points and emphasizing what we felt was important, and then we would take Q and A. We meet for 1.5 hours, recorded the meeting, and then posted it on Learning at the Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor on Thinkfic so if someone could not attend our live session they could listen to the recording later. This was a hit! We had over 70 people join us! New Ideas, New Groups It became clear in May that COVID was here to stay so I reached out to another good friend, Cathy Watson Genna about doing a 10 week book group with her book, Supporting Sucking Skills, another critical professional breastfeeding book. I did that book in fall, 2020 and had over 100 attendees! The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor is now rocking it out with Nancy Mohrbacher and her new Edition of Breastfeeding Answers, 2nd Edition. We have 130 attendees for this group! Self Study- On Your Own, At Your Own Speed Now we are offering both Making More Milk and Supporting Sucking Skills as self study groups. You will have access to all the supporting materials and then recordings of our Zoom meetings. Obviously not the same as attending live but we sure dive in deep! Listen to this podcast to get a taste of what we did for Making More Milk. This was recorded last July when we were sure what direction we were going but it is interesting how a bit of creativity and will power get something really cool finished. We hope you might join us for one of these self study groups or one of our live book groups in the future! The post All Things Breastfeeding 67: Breastfeeding Book Groups! appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
26 minutes | a month ago
Episode 66: Karen’s Breastfeeding Story
OMG. It has been too long! Karen and I recorded this back in June but due to Covid I haven’t been able to get this to move to the top of my list to publish. Thank Jessica for pushing me (in the nicest way) to keep after this and get it done! We love breastfeeding stories. Karen’s is very interesting because she is actually part of the health care system herself. She did great with breastfeeding but actually in spite of the “help” she got. What happens before and after the birth can make or break breastfeeding. Fortunately, Karen had educated herself about what to expect with breastfeeding and kept on her path even though she had a few nay sayers, especially in the hospital where she gave birth. Returning to work was another challenge but again, Karen had prepared herself and knew what to do! She did a great job. Enjoy her story! The post Episode 66: Karen’s Breastfeeding Story appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
32 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 65: Interview with Nancy Mohrbacher- New book group!
Barbara Robertson chats with Nancy Mohrbacher about her new edition of Breastfeeding Answers, 2nd Edition and their upcoming project. Do you want to unlock the secrets of Breastfeeding Answers, 2nd Edition? Barbara D. Robertson will be joined by Nancy Mohrbacher, the author of the book, to discuss their upcoming venture and break this down for you. Having a structured format of a book group tends to move things from the “oh I should do that” to DONE! Barbara and Nancy will talk about how this group will be using Zoom Meeting. and Thinkific, an online learning platform. December 17, 2020 (Or if you register after this date a day or two later) you will get an invitation to join us on Thinkific, an easy to use, online learning program. You will see the required reading listed for each of our ten sessions and meetings. You will need to get your own copy of Breastfeeding Answers, 2nd Edition, either a hard copy or an ebook edition. There are many different ebook options, Kindle, ePub, and a PDF versions. The 1st edition (or earlier!) will not do! So much has changed in these past years. You will read the assigned chapters, attend our live Zoom meetings or listen to our recording meeting discussion with Q and A, review any supplemental materials, and then, if you registered for our 36 CERPs version, take the quiz at the end of each session. 36 L-CERPs Early bird price $299 (Ends December 17, 2020) Regular price $350 No CERPs Early bird price $220 (Ends December 17, 2020) Regular price $280 What is a book group? A book group is where a group of like minded people get together after having read the same materials. Usually, they get together (often with a glass of wine!) but during COVID groups are meeting virtually. This group can then have an informed discussion about those materials. Usually, the author of the book does not attend the meetings. The power of a book group is the collective knowledge, experience, and perspectives from its members. Each person’s voice needs to be heard to form questions for discussion and to be able to analysis the materials. We are honored to have the author Nancy Mohrbacher join us for 10 out of our 10 sessions! When will this be? The dates for this book group are: Session 1: Sunday, January 17, 2021 6:30 PM EDT Session 2: Sunday, January 24, 2021 6:30 PM EDT Session 3: Sunday, January 31, 2021 6:30 PM EDT Session 4: Sunday, February 14, 2021 6:30 PM EDT Session 5: Sunday, February 21, 2021 6:30 PM EDT Session 6: Sunday, February 28, 2021 6:30 PM EDT Session 7: Sunday, March 7, 2021 6:30 PM EDT Session 8: Sunday, March 14, 2021 6:30 PM EDT Session 9: Sunday, March 28, 2021 6:30 PM EDT Session 10: Sunday, April 4, 2021 6:30 PM EDT Each session consists of a 2 hour Zoom meeting where we will discuss the materials and answer questions. Before each session you will read the assigned chapters (most sessions only have one chapter but four sessions so have two) and any supporting materials, and after our Zoom meeting you will take a quiz at the end of each session in you have registered for CERPs. You must buy the most recent edition of the book! This is Breastfeeding Answers, 2nd Edition by Nancy Mohrbacher. The Zoom meetings will be recorded so you have the flexibility of missing a session if needed and then listening to the recorded Zoom meeting at your leisure on Thinkific. You will have access to all the materials until 4-15-21. The post Episode 65: Interview with Nancy Mohrbacher- New book group! appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
33 minutes | 5 months ago
All Things Breastfeeding 64: Oversupply!
Oversupply? Too much breastmilk? Is that really a problem? The answer is, YES, oversupply is a big problem for people who are struggling with this. Milk everywhere, choking babies, are there answers? For sure! Listen to this podcast to get more information. Symptoms: Baby choking Baby clucking at the beginning of feed (when the milk is flowing fast) or during let downs Fussy babies Milk everywhere! What to do about an oversupply? First, figure out what is really going on. Some families can actually just have a strong milk ejection reflex and actually not have too much milk, a true oversupply, but it can be confusing. Sometimes it can look like too much milk is the issue but actually it is the baby not being able to handle flow period. Babies are fussy for lots of reasons. Fast flow is just one of them! Getting help from an IBCLC can help sort out these questions for sure and make a strong plan to move forward. Possible solutions for an oversupply Many people turn to google when they think they have an oversupply. It’s what we do! Sadly, there is a lot of information on google that will come up first and actually potentially make breastfeeding worse. Many of the suggestions (such as blocked feedings, pumping after feeds to fully empty, and taking medications or eating certain foods to reduce your supply) can shift an oversupply into an under supply with the family being unaware that this is happening. Personally, we don’t use these methods very often (but never say never). Instead we help identify the cause of the trouble and then create a concrete plan as to how to address the issue. It is common for families to start out in the first weeks with what feels like an oversupply but then milk supply naturally calms down as the milk supply shifts from being driven by hormones to supply and demand. Please don’t sit with these issues yourself! Get help. Oversupplies are something that is fairly straightforward to resolve. It does take time and a good plan to make sure all is going well. The post All Things Breastfeeding 64: Oversupply! appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
44 minutes | 8 months ago
All Things Breastfeeding 63: Melissa’s Breastfeeding Story
Another breastfeeding story! This one is particularly dear to Barbara’s heart. Melissa came to see Barbara after the birth of her first baby and was struggling with her rate of breastmilk production. Although Melissa was able to increase her supply a bit, she still needed to supplement her baby. Second baby When Melissa was pregnant with her second baby she called Barbara to set up a prenatal breastfeeding consultation. Barbara was surprised because she remembered Melissa as being a very successful breastfeeder. Melissa was, she nursed for over two years! She also struggled with low milk supply. Indeed when Barbara looked up Melissa’s records she found that this was true and they worked on setting up Melissa for as much success as possible. Baby number three Barbara met with Melissa shortly after the birth of her third child. Again, the goal was to optimize Melissa’s milk supply. Melissa used formula to supplement her first baby but then she delved into the world of milk sharing. She wanted human milk for her human babies. She carefully screened her donors, asking about their health history, any medications, their babies, and pumping practices. She also choose to use flash pasteurization to make the donor milk even safer. Your breastfeeding story, it doesn’t have to be all or nothing Melissa has (and still is) been a successful breastfeeding mother who struggles with her rate of breastmilk production. Many times families don’t realize that you can be successful with breastfeeding and it doesn’t have to look the same each time. Families go back to work, struggle with milk production, have babies how can’t latch well, all kinds of issues that make it hard to have the tradition model of having the baby exclusively breastfeed directly from the breast. Remember, breastfeeding isn’t all about food, it is about the relationship as well. Babies suck on pacifiers all the time and don’t get milk! Why not use the breast as a place of comfort, peace, calm. And any milk that baby gets is so, so good for it! The importance of Paced Bottle Feeding Melissa attributes a lot of the success to her story to paced bottle feeding. By slowing the bottle feeds down and making them more work she helped her babies know that feeding is work and takes time, like breastfeeding! We hope you enjoy Melissa’s breastfeeding story as much as we have! The post All Things Breastfeeding 63: Melissa’s Breastfeeding Story appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
21 minutes | 8 months ago
All Things Breastfeeding 62: Updated COVID updates
Here are our COVID updates! Barbara accidently published the unedited version of this podcast! Here is the edited version. Sorry! Jessica COVID updates Jessica is at home with her two your children trying not to miss a beat while being a full time parent and having her and her partner continue to work full time. This sadly, is a common theme. Although this is very challenging, Jessica is very aware of the privilege that she has, being able to continue to work from home, that she hasn’t lost her job, or been deemed as an essential worker. Many of our families are not able to work from home. Where do the babies go? Most child care is closed during this time. Jessica is also continuing to help run the Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor. Barbara’s COVID updates Barbara, on the other hand, because her babies (24 and 21 years of age!) are older, has been moved into a very creative and productive time. She does struggle with depression, so it hasn’t all been smooth sailing (there have been several days of despair) but since she has been sheltering at home she has had enough time to get several new projects going and updated some old ones. Working in pajamas, sitting at the dining room table, Barbara has created the Making More Milk Book Group and lined up to two future book groups, Supporting Sucking Skills with Cathy Watson Genna and the new 2nd edition of Breastfeeding Answers with Nancy Mohrbacher! Look for info about these soon. Even more COVID updates! Barbara is also moving all of her online training to Thinkific. The CCLS (Clinical and Communication Lactation Specialist) 90 hour professional course hybrid is just about ready to go for the fall session. She will also be launching her totally online version of this course starting in September, 2020! Due to not be able to meet in person Barbara is now offering virtual breastfeeding consultations. Rebecca, one of Barbara’s interns, is offering a virtual Breastfeeding Cafe on Zoom! Email Rebecca@bfcaa.com to join us! The post All Things Breastfeeding 62: Updated COVID updates appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
34 minutes | 8 months ago
All Things Breastfeeding 61: Conversation with Laurel Wilson IBCLC!
A conversation with Laurel Wilson IBCLC! Yes, we were lucky enough that Laurel Wilson IBCLC reached out to us to do a podcast. We have been big fans of Laurel for a number of years. I attended a talk to hers in Grand Rapids a number of years ago and was hooked! Don’t know Laurel Wilson IBCLC yet? Laurel has the site Mother Journey. “Tens of thousands of research articles are published each year with potential health implications for new families. Healthcare providers rarely have the time to read, digest, and implement the growing database of research. At Mother Journey, keeping up with the perinatal research is something Laurel is committed to. She watches trends in health care, prepares succinct, insightful presentations, helps YOU provide better care to families.” Yes! Laurel is doing presentations on epigenetics (something that I am blown away by) and the implications for breastfeeding. I am hooked. I have now seen several more of her discussions of the biological implications of not breastfeeding. So important! Laurel Wilson IBCLC Tedx Talk “Breastmilk is an evolutionary food. It has helped humans succeed in inhospitable places, during traumatic times, and in habitats that would not otherwise have been possible. None of us would be here if it weren’t for breastmilk.”? Love this! I also think that we have no idea as to the health implications when we feed our babies milk that is not our own. From the podcast on the power of breastmilk: “Its a very powerful tool that we have as mammals: this ability to literally liquefy ourselves and provide genetic, immune, and nutritional information to our children.” Yes! We hope you enjoy this podcast and learn more about what Laurel has to say. The post All Things Breastfeeding 61: Conversation with Laurel Wilson IBCLC! appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
22 minutes | 9 months ago
All Things Breastfeeding 60: Your Breastfeeding Support Network
What is your breastfeeding support network? Who do you need in this team? Partners Partners are a critical player in your breastfeeding support network. A partner can make or break a breastfeeding relationship. Not necessarily because they don’t support breastfeeding but if you are struggling with breastfeeding, this struggle can be hard to watch if your partner is suffering. Helping make sure your partner is educated about how breastfeeding works and having them know who to contact if you are having trouble with breastfeeding. Here is a podcast about partners so you can learn more. Family and friends Find out who is going to be supportive of your goals? Who is suspicious of breastfeeding? Try to hang out with Health Care Providers Let’s start with the health care professionals. If you are creating your breastfeeding support network prenatally think about picking out a breastfeeding friendly midwife (they almost always are!), your OB, and maybe, if this appeals to you and/or you can afford this, a birth or postpartum doula. We love doulas. Does your doctor or midwife talk to you about breastfeeding before the baby comes? If so, this is a good sign. Think about where you be birthing. Do you have options as to where you birth? If so there is a some research you could do to make a good choice. The baby’s doctor is also critical. Is your doctor really a believer in breastfeeding? Many doctors still believe formula is just about as good as breastfeeding. Ask them if you run into breastfeeding problems what do they do. Most doctors are not breastfeeding specialists. If you are struggling with breastfeeding they should refer you to an IBCLC. An IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant) Having a great IBCLC programmed into your phone in case your need help. Many, many people do struggle with breastfeeding. Often breastfeeding can be hard and having some help can make all the difference. Ask around! We are now doing virtual consultations so we can see anyone, anywhere in the world as long as you have a good internet connection. Support groups This is where you are able to hang out with people that are as obsessed with babies and breastfeeding as you are! We love La Leche League (many people worry these folks are too out there for them but check them out! Each group has its own flavor.) So, think about who is in your network Let us know if you can help! firstname.lastname@example.org. The post All Things Breastfeeding 60: Your Breastfeeding Support Network appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
25 minutes | 10 months ago
All Things Breastfeeding 59: Lauren’s Breastfeeding Story
A new breastfeeding story! Lauren is a very experienced breastfeeding mother. She joins us today with baby Luke today to talk about her breastfeeding story. She has nursed four children! When you have more than one child it is important to remember that each breastfeeding experience will be different. Each breastfeeding journey is a unique journey. In her breastfeeding story you will hear how some of her babies were easy to nurse and some were more challenging. Her first two were the easiest so it has been a surprise that the babies have gotten harder, not easier. Lauren comes from a breastfeeding family, she and her brother were nursed so she knew she wanted to parent her babies this way. Breastfeeding can become a way of parenting, not just feeding your baby. Jude’s Weaning Book Each baby is so different! Listen as she talks about how true this is! Lauren’s breastfeeding story shows us how even if breastfeeding isn’t “perfect” it can work! Here how each baby started their journey and learn about different ways to wean. Baby number three had a tongue and lip tie which needed to be addressed. Once they were released, nursing got so much better! This is Jude’s weaning book that Lauren made. It shows Jude’s journey from his birth to when he was three. This was made for Jude to be able to look through and use. What a wonderful gift! We don’t hold you to these standards! I have no weaning books (or honestly any fancy baby books) for either of my children. Getting help is important Lauren reached out to me because she was struggling with nursing Luke and pain. We still haven’t gotten the pain totally under control but she will keep nursing this little one. Resources Podcast about weaning Another Podcast about tandem nursing and nursing during a pregnancy A final Podcast about introducing solids Hard to find! Hilary Flower’s Adventures in Tandem Nursing For any breastfeeding questions: kellymom.com The post All Things Breastfeeding 59: Lauren’s Breastfeeding Story appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
28 minutes | a year ago
All Things Breastfeeding 57: Part 1 Jessica’s 2nd Breastfeeding Story
Jessica’s second breastfeeding story is a dozy! When we have our second baby we think, well this has to be easier than the first time. Right? In Jessica’s case this was not true! Her breastfeeding story is powerful! Yes, those baby worries weren’t there (you rarely worry that you might accidentally kill your second baby… The post All Things Breastfeeding 57: Part 1 Jessica’s 2nd Breastfeeding Story appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
23 minutes | a year ago
All Things Breastfeeding 58: Part 2 Jessica’s Story- Not latching baby!
Caleb not latching? Oh no! We continue Jessica’s breastfeeding story. Please don’t worry, it has a happy ending! We ended with Jessica in the pit of despair and Caleb not latching. Even with all the support and knowledge that Jessica has, she is ready for the final hoop to become an IBCLC, taking the exam, she really struggles with what her instincts tell her to do to help with a not latching baby and what she knows works. Caleb has been through so much! In addition to not latching, he wanted to suck all the time, had a tongue and lip tie revision, lots of body work, and then once he did (spoiler alert!) start latching again went through a time where he would nurse but not transfer a lot of breastmilk from the breast. Jessica kept pumping and paced bottle fed Caleb but her hope was fading. She knew just how much to feed Caleb from the bottle and that she had plenty of milk. What was the problem? We will never know for sure what finally helped Caleb be more able to feed. All we know is what a happy day it was when Jessica did yet another pre and post weight at the office and saw that he finally was able to transfer breastmilk! He took 3.9 oz during a feed! This is a lot for a baby so don’t worry if your baby is transferring between 2-4 oz. If the weight gain is good, whatever! Jessica said she kept telling herself that this experience was going to be invaluable for helping other families. She has lived what it is like to really, really struggle with breastfeeding. She knows if she had not had the help and support, having a great IBCLC at your disposal was enormous, that she well might have given up. You don’t have to do this alone! Get help if you are struggling. We are here for you. The best money you will ever spend. The post All Things Breastfeeding 58: Part 2 Jessica’s Story- Not latching baby! appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
22 minutes | a year ago
All Things Breastfeeding 56: New Breast Pumps
New Breast Pumps? What are these new pumps? Jessica and Barbara are going to talk about two types of relatively new pumps that are on the market now. We wanted to make sure that these pumps were reliable before we gave our thoughts. In the pump market that takes 2-3 years! The first few thousand… The post All Things Breastfeeding 56: New Breast Pumps appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
19 minutes | a year ago
All Things Breastfeeding 55: Is it time to wean your baby?
Know when it’s time to wean your baby is not always easy. When is it time to wean your baby? Only you get to decide! Once a baby is over six months of age you can start to get pressure from others. Is that baby STILL nursing? Yes! Remember, the World Health Organization recommends breastfeeding… The post All Things Breastfeeding 55: Is it time to wean your baby? appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
37 minutes | a year ago
All Things Breastfeeding 54: Jamie’s Breastfeeding Story
Jamie’s Breastfeeding Story In this podcast episode Barbara and Jessica talk to Jamie about her breastfeeding journey with her little one Zelda. Each breastfeeding story is very different and Jamie’s is no exception. She struggled with unexpected infertility which made her story very different than she planned before getting pregnant. Take a listen and enjoy!… The post All Things Breastfeeding 54: Jamie’s Breastfeeding Story appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
24 minutes | a year ago
All Things Breastfeeding 53: Partners and Breastfeeding
Partners and breastfeeding? How do partners fit is with breastfeeding? This can look many ways, there is no one size fits all. In this podcast Jessica and Barbara talk about options for how this can look for families. The sound is a little wonky in this podcast so please forgive us! Many times if a… The post All Things Breastfeeding 53: Partners and Breastfeeding appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
22 minutes | a year ago
All Things Breastfeeding 52: Nipple Shield Survey Results!
Nipple shield survey results! Our nipple shield survey is discussed in this podcast. We had a whopping 4500 families and 500 lactation professionals fill out the survey! We got so much interesting information from this survey. Of course there are some limitations from the information we gathered. First of all, this survey was only… The post All Things Breastfeeding 52: Nipple Shield Survey Results! appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
25 minutes | a year ago
All Things Breastfeeding 51: Breastmilk Changes Over Time
Breastmilk changes over time! Really, this is true! Yes, in this podcast Barbara and Jessica talk about how breastmilk changes over time. It is really quite amazing! Many health care providers tell families there is no nutritional value for babies from breastmilk after one year. Like it turns into water! Breastmilk is a living, dynamic… The post All Things Breastfeeding 51: Breastmilk Changes Over Time appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
22 minutes | 2 years ago
All Things Breastfeeding 50: You’re being set up for breast feeding failure
Breast feeding failure? Most women in the USA want to breastfeed yet many of these women don’t reach their breastfeeding goals which is often defined as “breast feeding failure”. In some states, as many as 90% or more of families initiate breastfeeding. These states tend to be on the east and west coasts of our… The post All Things Breastfeeding 50: You’re being set up for breast feeding failure appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
23 minutes | 2 years ago
All Things Breastfeeding Episode 49: Nursing in Public
Nursing in public? Didn’t we all decide that nursing in public was fine? Apparently not! There are still so many people who get their panties in a bunch when they see a family breastfeeding in public! Jessica and Barbara discuss the latest study on nursing in public. This article concerns the images of women nursing… The post All Things Breastfeeding Episode 49: Nursing in Public appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
55 minutes | 2 years ago
All Things Breastfeeding: All You Wanted to Know About Milk Banking with Kim Updegrove
Milk banking Non-profit milk banking in the United States is rapidly growing! We have the Human Milk Banking Association of North America (HMBANA) here is the US, Mexico, and Canada. At this point we have 27 milk banks and 5 under development in North America. Milk banking was developed in 1985. These milk banks have… The post All Things Breastfeeding: All You Wanted to Know About Milk Banking with Kim Updegrove appeared first on The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor.
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