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breastfeeding

Patient Story

‘I would have been lost’

Support groups help moms overcome breastfeeding struggles.

Where’s the sun? And how important is it, really?

Learn the benefits—and sources—of the sunshine vitamin.

Patient Story

‘If you only knew my life’

Laine Steenhagen defies breast cancer, and the slim odds of having more children. She's now the proud mother of three.

Packed and ready for baby’s big moment

Here's an easy list to help you prepare your bags for delivery day.

Breastfeeding troubles?

Some moms have used cabbage leaves and potatoes to soothe mastitis and plugged ducts.

Natural childbirth: Right for you?

A non-medicated birth plan is possible—you

Baby is finally asleep, now what?

Explore these 10 tips to help you cope with lack of sleep (or how to get the sleep you desperately need).

Goodbye, Sandman?

Don’t worry just yet. There are plenty of things you can do to prepare your baby for bedtime.

Every baby’s 9 steps into this new world

Crying, resting, bobbing and more—all newborns will go through these stages immediately after birth.

Patient Story

When the going gets tough

Breastfeeding is natural, so it ought to be easy ... right?

Patient Story

Tandem what?

When breastfeeding, a 2-year-old and a newborn can live in harmony.

Patient Story

‘Breast is best’: Helping new moms and babies

'What came to my mind was that God had created this,' says a mother who welcomed guidance in learning to nurse her baby.