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Breastfeeding has suddenly become more popular, with celebrities like music star Beyoncé, musician Gwen Stefanie, and actress Maggie Gyllenhaal doing it openly. However, how does breastfeeding add up cost-wise?
Advising women to breastfeed exclusively for six months may be "unhelpful" and far too idealistic, suggests a qualitative study of new mothers, their partners, and close relatives.
Women who did not plan to get pregnant are much more likely to stop breastfeeding within three months of giving birth.
A new study has found that women who breastfeed their newborns appear to get as much sleep as women who rely on bottles or a combination of both methods of feedings.
Women with multiple sclerosis who exclusively breastfeed for at least two months after giving birth may be less likely to experience a relapse within a year of their baby's birth than new mothers with MS who opt to forgo breastfeeding in order to restart MS therapies, according to a new study.
Women who breastfeed their children should wait on giving their baby their first pacifier, new research from Denmark suggests.
A U.S. study suggests exclusive breastfeeding promotes greater weight loss than mixed feeding among mothers, even during the early postpartum period.
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