Breastfeeding your newborn should be easy and trouble-free for most mothers. An expert in the field offers a few ways nursing your baby can be made easier.
From "It's normal for breastfeeding to hurt" to "Many women do not produce enough milk" and beyond, breastfeeding myths and misinformation abound.
Some practical pointers for co-sleeping and the family bed, from a parenting expert.
Diabetes during pregnancy is difficult enough - but now it appears that breastfeeding moms may have an increased risk of a low breastmilk supply.
Research as found many benefits of skin-to-skin contact between mothers and newborns immediately after birth, particularly after cesarean section.
Many new moms don't get advice from physicians on baby care - sleep position, breastfeeding, immunization and pacifier use - according to a new study.
Researchers have found that a genetic mutation in a specific zinc-related protein could cause breastfeeding problems in certain women.
For years, people have said that breastfeeding is good for babies' brain growth - and now medical imaging has confirmed it.
Using cabbage leaves and tea bags to ease pain are among the many breastfeeding tips women pass along to new mothers seeking help.
New research has discovered that of one of the components in unheated breast milk protects against necrotizing enterocolitis -- an intestinal disorder that can be deadly to newborns.
Here are some tips and tricks for the best ways to store and freeze pumped breastmilk until it's ready to feed to your little one.
Women who have breastfeeding problems in the first two weeks after giving birth are more likely to suffer postpartum depression two months later.
Is there a breastfeeding boost? A study shows that people who were breastfed might have a greater chance to climb the social ladder.
For those moms working outside the home who are breastfeeding their babies -- and those who travel or for other reasons can't be with their child throughout the day -- using a breast pump to express milk is a m...
Introducing solid food with breast milk after the 17th week of birth could reduce food allergies in babies, according to University of Southampton research.