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WIC and the Nevada Breastfeeding Coalition’s Here-There-Everywhere, A Breastfeeding Awareness Campaign Supporting Nevada Moms

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We all know mama’s need help with, well, everything from dinner and laundry to dishes and homework and so much in between. That’s why I thought the Reno Moms would be interested in a new program from the Nevada Women, Infants and Children that has been launched here in Reno …

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Mom Confession: I’m Having A Breast Augmentation To Restore What I Lost From Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

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If you would have asked me 5 years ago if I’d ever consider having a breast augmentation, I would have said no. It was never something I considered. I loved my perky full C cup breasts. But here I am two children later with a good 2 1/2 years of breastfeeding …

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How you and your little one can benefit from Kangaroo Care

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Today’s guest post was written by Dawn Miller-Hanna, Neonatal Nurse and Developmental Care Specialist at Saint Mary’s. The birth of an infant can be a joyous time for mothers and their family. But, what if your infant is born prematurely (before 37 weeks gestational age) or requires care in a neonatal intensive …

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A Mom’s Guide to Avoiding Breastfeeding “Booby Traps”

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As a breastfeeding mother, we have all received some form of breastfeeding advice. This could come from your OB, midwife, pediatrician, RN, IBCLC, MIL, mother, and friends and of course even strangers! Most women report they hear conflicting messages and almost everyone has a “different” opinion. Many “booby traps” can stand in our …

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