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A Quick Guide to the International (WHO) Code

Thursday, January 12, 2017

HELEN GRAY, LONDON, GREAT BRITAIN The International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes from the World Health Organization (the Code) covers marketing and promotion of products meant to substitute for breastfeeding. It does not ban their sale or use; it simply restricts their promotion. WHY DO WE NEED A CODE? The Code is needed to support infant health and prevent unscrupulous … Read More

Breast Milk’s Circadian Rhythms

Thursday, October 1, 2015

BRIANA TILLMAN, COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, USA PHOTO:SHUTTERSTOCK/LEONID AND ANNA DEDUKH Human milk’s complex adaptations are amazing. Breast milk undergoes biochemical changes during a feeding; the consistency develops visually over the course of a pumping session from watery foremilk to creamier hindmilk. Human milk also has the ability to provide for an infant’s changing nutritional needs … Read More

Milk Sharing in an Age of Social Media

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Michelle Angeletti, MSW, Ph.D. Professional Liaison Research Associate for the LLL Alliance for Breastfeeding Education Area Network and Mary Francell, Area Professional Liaison for LLL of Georgia, USA. In recent years, there has been a proliferation of social media and Internet sites where breastfeeding mothers can informally share breast milk. Mothers today tend to be … Read More

Psoriasis and Breastfeeding

Friday, January 30, 2015

CHRISTINE JONES-WOLLERTON AND KATHY GROSSMAN As a breastfeeding mother Christine Jones-Wollerton has personally experienced the challenges of living with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Today she uses her experiences gained over the last decade to help mothers through her work as a doula, peer counselor and LLL Leader. In this article Christine and Kathy Grossman share information about … Read More

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