If you are a first-time breastfeeding mommy, here are five things you should know for those early days. Compiled by
Every year, donated breast milk saves the lives of thousands of vulnerable babies in South Africa.
You’ve ticked off decorating the nursery and shopping for cute onesies and booties, but have you considered preparing for breastfeeding?
Milk blisters, blocked nipple pores, or blebs, can occur at any stage of your breastfeeding journey. We look at what
Breastfeeding your child should be the most natural thing in the world, but it’s not always as easy as that.
These make-ahead munchies will keep those breastfeeding pangs at bay and your milk flowing. By Margie Els-Burger and Nomvuselelo Mncube
There are common issues that may challenge your desire to breastfeed. Here’s how to work through them. By Kim Bell
Breastfeeding has countless nutritional benefits for your baby, but have you ever wondered how your recovering body will also benefit
Realising that your baby is hungry is one thing, but how do you know when he has had enough? Registered
Does “Jungle Juice” really help to increase breast milk supply? Here’s what the experts say.
From your breast size to milk supply, registered dietician Abigail Courtenay answers your niggling questions.
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Registered midwife Pippa Hime explains how breastfeeding becomes a different experience when your baby is older.
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Is your baby vomiting after feeding? We investigate why this happens and when you should be concerned. By Kim Bell
Many moms struggle to balance breastfeeding and going back to work. Here’s how you can make it work.
Should you feed your baby on demand or according to a set routine? We discuss the pros and cons of
With the spotlight on World Breastfeeding Week, your social media feed might be crammed with images of calm, serene moms
Many moms struggle with breastfeeding and often give up, simply because they don’t have the help and support needed to
Not sure when and how often to feed your baby? These cues will let you know when your little one
Returning to work soon? Here’s how to make breastfeeding work even when you’re back at the office.
Here’s why your baby may be refusing to breastfeed. By registered midwife Pippa Hime
While medical interventions during labour may be necessary, these can complicate the process and affect your baby’s ability, or even
Now that your baby is in your arms, it’s time to bond and breastfeed. Registered dietician Ashleigh Caradas shows you