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Did you know that breastfeeding can help lower the risk of developing heart disease? February is American Heart Month, and breastfeeding is great for your heart!   American Heart Month was started in 1963 to encourage more research and treatment for heart disease. In the United States, heart disease is the leading cause of death in women, affecting about 1 in 5 women, or 300,000 women a year.   It… READ MORE
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Why does my baby cluster feed?   Have you ever wondered why your infant seems to nurse perfectly well during the day and then cannot get enough at night? Does your baby seem to be hungrier at a certain point…
Throughout the year, many families will pack up and hit the road. Here are some travel tips for smooth sailing straight from the desk of our IBCLC, Dominique. Flying with Baby   My first suggestion is to wear your baby! Babywearing…
Postpartum depression and anxiety are much more common than many people realize. One in seven women will experience postpartum depression. It is one of the most common pregnancy “complications” experienced.    Baby Blues Vs. Postpartum Depression     Are Baby…
Every breastfeeding mom has had a moment of worrying if the milk she is making is enough for her baby. Wouldn't it be if breasts came with fuel gauges, like those in a car? Unfortunately, that’s not the case. But…