August 8, 2013The Breastfeeding Buddy is an easy fun and educational tool to support your breastfeeding at this important time of life for you and your baby. This web based app has tips, tools and videos to help you with breastfeeding and more.
Babies can get all the nutrition they need for the first six months through breastfeeding.
August 6, 2013Breast milk has almost all the nutrients a baby needs – but may not contain enough vitamin D.
August 6, 2013Once you start giving your baby solid foods, it's important to know which foods can be dangerous. Here's some advice about what to avoid and how to practice food safety for babies.
August 5, 2013Some types of surgery can affect your ability to breastfeed. Here's an overview of common types of breast surgery - and their implications.
August 4, 2013When your baby’s ready for more than breast milk, start introducing foods rich in iron.
August 4, 2013Worried that your baby isn't getting enough to eat? Talk to your healthcare provider before you try adding formula.
August 4, 2013When you experience domestic abuse, it can affect every part of your life. And breastfeeding is no exception.
August 4, 2013Sore nipples? It’s natural when you first start breastfeeding.
August 4, 2013Milk ducts are the channels in your breast that milk flows through to get to the nipple. If a duct gets plugged the best thing to do is keep breastfeeding.
August 4, 2013Because preterm babies are small, and sometimes have to be separated from their moms for a while, they may have trouble breastfeeding.
August 12, 2013If this is your first time breastfeeding, it may take some practice before you feel confident. Here are some tips to get you off to a good start.
August 8, 2013If you develop a fever higher than 38˚C and feel like you’re getting the flu, or if your breast is red and sore, you may have mastitis (a breast infection).
August 12, 2013Some women find breastfeeding easy, while others encounter challenges. Most new moms, however, have questions about breastfeeding.
August 10, 2013Being bitten by a nursing baby hurts! Does that mean you have to stop breastfeeding once your baby's teeth come in? Absolutely not.
August 12, 2013There are many myths and misconceptions about breastfeeding. Don't let them discourage you. The truth is, almost all women can breastfeed after giving birth.
August 12, 2013Let down is the release of milk into milk ducts in your breast. It usually happens when your baby sucks.
August 13, 2013Many mothers worry they're not producing enough milk, particularly after the first few weeks.
August 11, 2013Some mothers and babies have a difficult time when learning how to breastfeed, particularly in the first week.
August 12, 2013At about six months, you can teach your baby to drink from a cup. Use a lidless, two handled cup instead of a sip cup.
August 11, 2013If your drinking water comes from a private well or other non-regulated source, ensure it's safe to drink.