Monthly Archives: October 2015

Workplace Accommodations to Support Breastfeeding

Study on Workplace Accommodations to Support Breastfeeding, from Women’s Health Issues The Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health has published a study entitled, “Access to Workplace Accommodations to Support Breastfeeding after Passage of the Affordable Care Act,” examining the associations between the … Continue reading

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CDC wants improved breastfeeding support in hospitals

US hospitals have improved their support for breastfeeding mothers but not enough according to Dr Thomas Frieden. They should strive for UNICEF’s Baby Friendly Hospital Status. Read more: http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/quality/hospitals-are-improving-breastfeeding-support-but-more-needs-to-change-9-cdc-report-findings.html

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Boob Group: Nurse an adopted baby?

One adoptive mother’s story: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-boob-group/id539410267?mt=2

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Swiss Foundation and Yale School of Public Health Partner to Increase Breastfeeding Globally

Despite WHO recommendations, less than 40 percent of infants under six months of age are breastfed exclusively. Click here to see how the Swiss Foundation and Yale School of Public Health partner to solve this problem globally.

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