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MARCH 2020 NEWSLETTER

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What's in Your Pump Bag?

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What's in Your Pump Bag?
What’s in your bag?

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Do I Really Need that Nursing Bra? Regular Bra vs. Nursing Bra (Wire vs. Wire Free)

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Do I Really Need that Nursing Bra? Regular Bra vs. Nursing Bra (Wire vs. Wire Free)
Do I buy a regular, since I really do not need the nursing one yet? Do I go ahead and buy the nursing bra, because I will need it in a few more months. Do I really even need the nursing bra at all? Can’t I just breastfeed with a regular bra? If I do buy a nursing bra I should probably get the one with wires because the wire free nursing bra probably won’t be able to hold up my heavy boobs. Or can it? What do I do??!!

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Should I Continue to Breastfeed While I’m Sick?

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Should I Continue to Breastfeed While I’m Sick?
Should I Continue to Breastfeed While I’m Sick?

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Support Breastfeeding

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Support Breastfeeding

The AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) recommends that babies should breastfeed exclusively for the first 6 months and continue to breastfeed along with the introduction of appropriate solid foods for 1 year or longer. Healthy People 2020 Objectives set a target of 60.6% for breastfeeding at 6 months and 34.1% for breastfed babies at 1 year. We come in just under the 6 month target with a 57.6% rate and we have barely just exceeded the 1 year target with 35.9%. We also exceeded their target set at 81.9% for Ever breastfeeding with 83.2%. These rates vary across states and...

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