Are there specific foods that can help breastfeeding mothers increase their milk supply? Lactation specialists have the answer.
Pumping at work is a reality for a working mom who wants to continue breastfeeding her baby. Lactation specialists have some tips to keep your milk production strong.
Do alcohol and breastfeeding mix? Find out if it’s safe to have a drink, if alcohol affects breast milk production and if pump and dump is really a quick fix.
Wondering if it’s safe to try intermittent fasting while breastfeeding? A dietitian discusses what you should know first.
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Confused about how to safely store your breast milk? Our experts explain.
When it comes to breastfeeding, it’s not always easy. You could be dealing with supply issues or time constraints. It’s best to do what works and be open-minded about your breastfeeding goals.
You’re rocking breastfeeding … but now you have a rock-hard, painful lump in your breast. A breast abscess isn’t fun, but it is treatable. Find out what causes this breast infection and how you can treat it.
Weaning isn’t easy, but it shouldn’t be fraught with guilt. Our lactation consultant offers tips for easing the transition (for both you and your little one).
A new Cleveland Clinic study finds waiting to bathe a healthy newborn for 12 or more hours after birth increased the rate of moms exclusively breastfeeding during while in the hospital.
Intense breast pain, swelling and redness may indicate a bacterial infection called mastitis, which is especially common in breastfeeding women. Here’s why it happens and why it’s worth a call to the doctor.