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Breastfeeding Articles and Links
A collection of nearly 3 years worth of breastfeeding bookmarks
I'm updating this links page quite frequently...so be sure to check back often! ~Maurenne
Finding the Breast Pump That Is Right for You One of the most common questions lactation consultants, breastfeeding educators and childbirth educators get is, "What breastpump would you recommend?" Having worked full and part time and nursed four children, as well as helped many women find a pump that works for them, I've listed the most helpful and comfortable pumps here and categorized them.
The Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine-a worldwide organization of physicians dedicated to the promotion, protection and support of breastfeeding and human lactation, headquartered in Lenexa, Kansas.
Friendly Hospitals-Find a WHO/UNICEF certified
Baby-Friendly Hospital. None are located in Kansas. Maybe we can
Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative- USA-The goal of the initiative is to recognize US hospitals and birth centers that take special steps to provide an optimal environment for breastfeeding.
Breast Anatomy-Detailed illustration of breast anatomy.
Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk from the American Academy of Pediatrics-Promotes breastfeeding you babies until they are at least one year of age.
Breastfeeding Clip Art-Breastfeeding clip art for use on commercial or personal pages.
Breast Milk Soap-You have to read it to believe it.
Breast Pumps-The low down on breast pumps, should you rent or buy a pump, what to consider when buying a breast pump.
Breastfeeding in Public-La Leche League's article, "Getting Off the Back Room Team".
Breastfeeding Links-A long list of links, some are no longer valid, but interesting none the less.
Bright Future Lactation Resource Center-Linda Smith's site, BFLRC supports the people who support breastfeeding with articles, education and motivation resources for healthcare professionals including doctors, nurses, lactation consultants, peer counselors, peer helpers and others providing parents with infant feeding information.
Cabbage Leaves for Treatment & Prevention of Breast EngorgementMany perinatal nurses, lactation specialists and midwives recommend cabbage leaves applied to the breast to relieve pain of engorgement. A review of literature indicates this is a long standing treatment. Although relatively little formal research has been reported, the evidence base is convincing. I use cabbage leaves for moms with engorgement in my private practice and it really does work!
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