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Breastfeeding advice videos

The following videos offer advice and support for breastfeeding moms and their family members. Watch these videos to hear tips and encouragement from breastfeeding experts.


Moms need support

Todd Wolynn, pediatrician, lactation consultant, and director of the Breastfeeding Center of Pittsburgh and the National Breastfeeding Center, shares his tips for breastfeeding moms.

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Reassure new moms

Dr. Jennifer King, a second year resident in pediatrics, shares advice for breastfeeding moms.

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New moms need cheerleaders

Dr. Jenny Thomas, pediatrician and lactation consultant, shares ways to help normalize breastfeeding.

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"If mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy"

Dr. Laura Herzburg, a pediatrician, gives advice on breastfeeding and tells family members how to support breastfeeding moms.

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Moms are tired!

Dr. Miriam Blum, a pediatrician, offers advice for early breastfeeding.

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Breastfeeding and working

A pediatrician shares insight into breastfeeding on the go and pumping at work.


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  • Your Guide to Breastfeeding - This easy-to-read publication provides women the how-to information and support needed to breastfeed successfully. It explains why breastfeeding is best for baby, mom, and society and how loved ones can support a mother's decision to breastfeed. Expert tips and illustrations help new moms learn how to breastfeed comfortably and how to overcome common challenges.

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Content last updated: July 21, 2014

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Your Guide to Breastfeeding
This easy-to-read publication has how-to information and support to help women breastfeed successfully.


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