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Moms with Covid-19 Less Likely to Pass Infection to Newborns: Study

New research adds to the growing body of evidence that women who have Covid-19 are less likely to pass on the infection to their...

Breastfeeding Precautions For Mothers with COVID-positive

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has posed numerous challenges to people across the globe. As people are still trying to come to terms with co-existing...

Everything You Need to Know About Post-Weaning Depression

By Puja Gupta Post-weaning depression is a form of mental illness which can occur after a woman stops breastfeeding. Like other depression, it requires immediate...

Puerperal Period Fitness For New Mothers

Exercise, along with a balanced diet, is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Light to moderate physical activity is safe and beneficial for...

World Breastfeeding Week 2020: Support Breastfeeding for a Healthier Planet

By Bjorn Lomborg and Manorama Bakshi Breastfeeding is an essential factor in reducing child mortality, high level of wasting, stunting, underweight, high levels of anaemia...

Mothers with Covid-19 Unlikely to Pass Virus to Newborns: Lancet Study

Contrary to the previous findings, the researchers now claim that mothers with Covid-19 infection are unlikely to pass the virus to their newborn if...

Tips to Overcome Pandemic Effects During Pregnancy

As social distancing and staying at home have become the "new normal" in the current scenario, it is important during pregnancy to keep a...

Advisory for all Lactating Mothers

By Puja Gupta Breastfeeding protects newborns from many illnesses and is the best source of nutrition. It strengthens the immune system by directly transferring antibodies...

Mothers Find Gaps in Accessibility of Breastfeeding Resources at Work: Research

Despite the protections in place to support breastfeeding for employees, the burden still falls on working mothers to advocate for the resources they need,...

New Mothers use Mobile Apps for Breastfeeding Decisions

Mobile phone apps are increasingly being used to support breastfeeding decisions-sometimes at a cost, researchers have found. The objective approach of most infant feeding (IF)...

Here’s How Breastfeeding is Linked to Being a Righty or Lefty

Are you a leftie or a righty? The duration for which a child is breastfed by breastfeeding may determine handedness or the dominant hand, says a research. The study,...

Breastfeeding Longer may Improve Mothers’ Sensitivity

Women breastfeeding their children for longer periods exhibit more maternal sensitivity well past the infant and toddler years, according to a study. Maternal sensitivity was...

Breastfeeding Now, Will Reduce Chances of Stroke Later in Post-Menopausal Stage

Mothers, take note. Breastfeeding may reduce the risk for stroke in post-menopausal women, a new study has found. The study, published in the Journal of the American Heart Association,...

Smoking Habits May Harm Breastfeeding, Newborns at Risk

Women, please take note. New mothers exposed to cigarette smoke in their homes may stop breastfeeding sooner as compared to those who are not...

WHO: Breastfeeding Gives Babies The Best Start in Life

Breastfeeding babies within an hour of birth significantly increases their chances of survival, the World Health Organization reports, citing data from 76 countries that...

Breastmilk Aids to Combat Food Allergies in Newborns, says Research

New York, Nov 23: Breastmilk of nursing mothers who eat foods that commonly cause allergy, such as milk, eggs, peanut, tree nuts, soy, wheat,...

Research Reveals That Breastfeeding Can Protect Your Child From Asthma Exacerbation

Breastfeeding creates a protective shield for your child against various diseases A child suffering from Asthma who was breastfed is less prone to...

Tired of Taking Antibiotics? Sugars in Breast Milk May Protect You Against Bacterial Infections, Says New Study

Bacterial resistance to antibiotics causes more about 23,000 deaths annually. Breast milk helps newborns fight bacterial infections Researchers discover natural sugars that can...

New Mothers are Now Increasingly Adopting Homeopathic Remedies to Treat Numerous Breastfeeding Difficulties

The risk-less practice can help with breastfeeding challenges of different types Breast milk gives optimal start to babies however the practice can be...

What Mothers are Complaining about this World Breastfeeding Week 2017

August 1-7 celebrated as World Breastfeeding Week A sharp decline in practice of breastfeeding has been observed worldwide Breastfeeding is an intimidating challenge...

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