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5 Breastfeeding Myths

Breastfeeding is a wonderful way for a new mom to nourish and bond with her baby, but it comes with its share of myths. We’ll help you separate fact from fiction.

A Mama’s Choice: Getting Started Breastfeeding

CommentsPosted by: Mari Walker on Jun 07, 2016 in Babies, Breastfeeding

I hope my first-person experience adds something useful!

Breastfeeding Myth: How Much Is Enough

Breastfeeding gives your baby its best start to life, but there are some myths out there that may detract women from breastfeeding. The Mommy-Go-Round is here to debunk some of those myths. Myth: There is no way to know how much breast milk the baby is getting.

Breastfeeding Myth: Easier to Bottle Feed

Breastfeeding gives your baby its best start to life, but there are some myths out there that may detract women from breastfeeding. The Mommy-Go-Round is here to debunk some of those myths. Myth: It is easier to bottle feed than to breastfeed.

Breastfeeding Myths: Formula and Breast Milk

Breastfeeding gives your baby its best start to life, but there are some myths out there that may detract women from breastfeeding. The Mommy-Go-Round is here to debunk some of those myths. Myth: Modern formulas are almost the same as breast milk.

Woman’s Launches New Breastfeeding Support Group

Woman’s is committed to giving babies the best possible start in life. Woman’s recently launched a Breastfeeding Support Group to help mothers and babies learn from a certified lactation nurse and other moms about their own successes and challenges with breastfeeding. Attendees will walk away with new ideas and techniques to improve breastfeeding success. This […]

6 Reasons Why Breastfeeding is Best

You’ve probably heard that breastfeeding is the best choice for baby’s nutrition, and there are many reasons why. Woman’s pregnancy experts have put together a few reasons why it’s best to choose breastfeeding your baby. For more tips and information, visit womans.org/getready.

Water Wisdom to Keep You Hydrated

The following post is written by Nutrition Services at Woman’s Center for Wellness. You’ve heard all the advice: Drink eight glasses of water a day. Stay properly hydrated while exercising. Sports drinks aren’t just for professional athletes. Yet you’re still unsure whether you’re drinking the right amount for good health. How much fluid should you […]

My Guide to Public Breastfeeding Etiquette

CommentsPosted by: Tamara Palmer on Oct 28, 2014 in Babies, Breastfeeding, Parenting

Recently on my Facebook newsfeed, an article popped up that a friend “liked” titled “Why I’m Glad Someone told Me to stop Breastfeeding in Public.” This interested me because there’s a lot of media out there about moms who believe they should be able to breastfeed in public no matter where they are, whether it be […]

Getting a “Hold” on Breastfeeding

The following post was written by the Lactation Service Department at Woman’s Hospital. Ask anyone who has ever done yoga. Holding one position for a lengthy period of time can be so taxing that it’s a complete exercise program. Similarly, you could probably ask any breastfeeding mom about the aches and pains of holding one […]

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