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Breastfeeding: Natural Doesn’t Mean Easy
Looking back, I wish I had had three things at that time: more educational resources, a true support system, and someone to help me when I was in doubt.
An Interview About Breastfeeding: Lauren Sogor
From the joys to the challenges, Lauren Sogor shares her experiences breastfeeding and offers her tips for pumping at work.
Ease Into Breastfeeding: The #First31 Days
Dr. Nancy C. Lee
Breastfeeding is different for every woman, but here are some common challenges moms face in the first day, week, and beyond, plus tips to get through them.
Pregnancy & Motherhood: Tips in Your Back Pocket
Text4baby offers pregnant women and moms the health information they need most, delivered right to the trusty device in their back pocket — their cell phone.
Taking Care of Your Health — and Your Baby's
Sylvia Mathews Burwell
Moms have a lot on their plate, but with the Affordable Care Act and Text4baby, we can help make their health care a little easier.
Black Breastfeeding Week 2015: Lift Every Baby
Kimberly Seals Allers
Yes, breastfeeding is the best nutrition for babies. But breastfeeding has never really been just about breastfeeding.
8 Things You Need to Know About Pumping at Work
Location, location, location. It's one of the biggest concerns for nursing moms who plan to pump at work. But there are ways of making space for you to pump.
Join Us: Support Nursing Moms
Supporting nursing moms makes sense — and it's the right thing to do. Read what federal employees have to say about their experiences pumping at work.
5 Tips: Breastfeeding After Maternity Leave
What's one of the biggest hurdles mothers face when breastfeeding? Returning to work. Here are five things that will make the transitions easier
Breast Pumps and Insurance Coverage: What You Need To Know
We've got the information you're searching for about breast pumps and insurance coverage.
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