Month: March 2017

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The Unmothered Mother

Friday, March 31, 2017

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Remodeling the Mammary Gland

Friday, March 31, 2017

FRANÇOISE RAILHET, FRANCE Scientists continue to uncover amazing things about human and animal anatomy, including discoveries related to lactation. The destruction of damaged or old cells is essential for the renewal of tissues throughout an individual’s life. The mammary gland experiences cyclical variations during menstrual cycles, and further important remodeling variations during pregnancy, lactation, and … Read More

The Unmothered Mother

Friday, March 31, 2017

JAYNE JOYCE, OXFORDSHIRE, LA LECHE LEAGUE GREAT BRITAIN An unmothered mother sits in a La Leche League meeting.  “Think about a moment when you felt mothered,” says the Leader.  “What happened? What did it feel like?” The unmothered mother looks inside herself. She might hear words of wounding criticism, or feel deep sadness, or fear. She … Read More

Practicing Helping Skills

Friday, March 31, 2017

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NAHRANITE BEBU – I MIKROBE

Friday, March 17, 2017

MARY FRANCELL, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, USA Uloga korisnih bakterija u ljudskom digestivnom traktu i ostatku tela privukla je puno pažnje u poslednje vreme. Komensalnim mikrobima (normalna mikroflora na površini naših tela) se pripisuje ključna uloga u svim funkcijama tela: od regulisanja imuniteta do lučenja neurotransmitera. Bebe ove mikrobe dobijaju primarno od majke, a dojenje igra ključnu … Read More