The impact on infant health is unknown, but experts say breastfeeding is still the best option.
Are you balancing breastfeeding as a working parent? Then you need to know your rights.
Here's what parents can do to feed their children while production and accessibility ramp up.
Human milk may have more benefits than we realize.
The unexpected sources of this neurotoxin can impact you and your baby.
Painful breast tissue inflammation is affecting the actress, but mothers have treatment options.
Mothers may be able to lower their risk of cardiovascular disease later in life, research finds.
Nongestational parents may be able to produce the breast milk their newborn needs, too.
It's not definitively known if the toxin in this injectable procedure passes into breast milk.
This specialist can provide vital support on your breastfeeding journey.
If those little bumps around your nipples get plugged up, don't panic. We've got you covered.
Here's how you can feed your infant—and keep your nipples safe.
With virus cases on the rise, it's important expectant moms know how to keep themselves safe.
We ask the experts if your emergency contraceptive is safe for you and your nursing baby.
With this new method of preservation, milk can last up to three years without refrigeration.
Buying breast milk from donors online is common, so we asked experts if it's worth the risk.
Nursing while diabetic is generally safe for both mom and baby. Here's what to keep in mind.
Nourishing two babies comes with its own set of challenges, but these tips can help.
A lack of milk-producing glands and ducts isn't often diagnosed until after birth.
Know when it's time to bust out the menstrual products again.
Learn how to navigate the different state laws on nursing your baby outside your home.
Empty shelves and price gouging have parents desperate, but hope is on the horizon.
Consider these tips to stay sane if your baby won't feed.
Here's how to strike a balance between using breast milk and formula.
This condition can cause deep sadness, anxiety and irritability when breasts are stimulated.
Facial products absorb into the bloodstream, so it's crucial to ensure yours are newborn-safe.
Focusing on losing weight while nursing can be harmful. The experts explain why.
There are some exceptions, however, so always talk to your doctor.
Postpartum time is stressful enough without worrying about setting a feeding schedule.
Two experts share which baby items are useful and which are a waste of money, or worse.
Proposed legislation would provide breast pumps, supplies and lactation support to families.
Certain powdered infant formulas have resulted in 2 known deaths due to bacterial contamination.
If nursing your baby has left your boobs uneven, you're not alone.
Giving birth is a miraculous experience, but how it leaves your skin isn't quite so special.
Boob jobs are fine for moms-to-be if you watch out for these potential complications.
Not yet fully FDA authorized, the medications are not recommended for expectant mothers.
Research shows America will reap the benefits if it supports pregnant and postpartum women.
Cultural norms on bed-sharing differ across the globe, but how safe actually is the practice?
While this aid can help your lactation experience, it's not a perfect solution for everyone.
Scabs can result from both harmful and harmless factors, and at-home treatments can help.
It's okay to imbibe a bit while breastfeeding—pumping and dumping isn’t the only solution.
Newsflash: Sometimes they don't point outward—and that's usually okay.
A new study shows the unique challenges it posed to new moms.
Choosing the best device for your milk production is a big decision. Here's what to know.
No, Dracula isn't coming to suck your blood and lift your boobs.
This nutrient-rich golden liquid gives newborns natural protection in their first days of life.
As they seek more donations, official banks also stress the risks of informal sharing.
Doctors weigh in on the viral TikTok and the benefits of topical breast milk.
The short answer? They can. Here are some things to consider.
More research is needed, but doctors say the data is real.
From smelling like soap to tasting metallic or turning pink, feeding time offers many surprises.
By assessing the type of pain you're feeling, we can narrow down the cause.
Breast health can't be separated from full-body health, and there are many benefits to both.
Clogged milk ducts can lead to mastitis if untreated. In some cases, home remedies can help.
Discharge can occur for many reasons, but it's not necessarily a red flag.
Don't fret—those tiny bumps on your areola are actually normal.
Taking care of your baby and taking care of yourself don't have to be mutually exclusive goals.
Your body and mind go through a lot during 'the fourth trimester.' Pay attention to them.
Breast wellness is an important part of overall health, so don't fall for misinformation.
Yes, your body changes during and after pregnancy, but you may be blaming the wrong factors.
Post-delivery, it's easy to feel pressured to get back at it—but your partner will have to deal.
Experiencing the miracle of carrying a life may leave your breasts feeling less than perfect.
To protect your and your baby's health while breastfeeding, take action and be prepared.
Keeping nipples healthy during breastfeeding can prevent serious health complications.
Small blemishes on your breasts may be unsightly, but they're probably NBD.
Here are some simple ways to take care of mastitis so you can continue breastfeeding your baby.
Here's what expectant mothers need to know about new over-the-counter remedies.
Breast surgery procedures could affect your ability to breastfeed.
Breastfeeding is preferred in most cases, but for various reasons, not all mothers can do it.