What Gifts Do Nurses Want?

Every year, on the day of the nurse week, we celebrate and thank for the dedication of the nurses who have contributed to the campaign to protect the health of everyone. And this is one of the occasions for you to show […]

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7 Important Notes That Moms Need to Know When Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding helps mothers and babies have moments of relaxation together. However, just for breastfeeding, mothers need to pay attention to some of these reminders from the doctor. Why do babies know they need to feed? Some common symptoms when babies are hungry: […]

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Is Protein Powder Safe While Breastfeeding?

For every breastfeeding mothers, it is very important to take care of themselves by means of taking rest, eating healthy or nutritious foods and also by staying hydrating. The women who are breastfeeding will require more amounts of calories when compared with […]

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Breastfeeding benefits have not been overstated

I’ve gotten a lot of questions and comments lately about the article that states Breastfeeding benefits have been drastically overstated. As always, it is important to examine the scientific evidence in making a decision for health reasons (I could also tell you many social and economic […]

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HAPPY 2013 from Nursing in Public!

I thought in the spirit of New Years Eve we could take a look at this picture from the turn of the century I can’t help but think, advertising has never left breastfeeding women alone! Before the advent of formula, our milk […]

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Best and worst airline breastfeeding policies

A good breastfeeding policy should reflect the laws and codes already in place.  The best policies begin by recognizing the right of a nursing mother to feed her baby in public. A nursing mother should never be asked to: stop breastfeeding relocate […]

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Babies, Breastfeeding, Exams, how do we work out a solution?

A mom of a 10-month-old baby girl is upset because she was not permitted to breastfeed during a college exam at Florida State College at Jacksonville. Rebecca Mabrey is an online student, but she still had to go to the campus to […]

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Fredericton mom told to stop breastfeeding at public pool

A Fredericton mother is speaking out after a lifeguard asked her to stop breastfeeding her baby daughter at the city’s indoor public pool. Caroline Griffith said her 10-month-old was hungry and there were only a few people at the pool, so she […]

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A little bit about honesty and lactivism, Wolf_Mommy Style

Don’t be afraid to say breastfeeding has been difficult.  It might inspire someone else having the same challenges.  Give people some credit, most will not just give up when the going gets tough, but they need a way to get going–be an […]

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Woman Told ‘No Breastfeeding In Church’ LDS

Utah woman who was allegedly released from her calling, or assignment, with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because she was breast-feeding during church. via Woman Told ‘No Breastfeeding In Church’ | FOX8.com – Cleveland news & weather from WJW Television […]

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