Breastfeeding has been the recommended method of feeding a newborn baby. But what about during this COVID-19 pandemic?
Starbucks UK has stood up in support to breastfeeding as it declares its 800 store outlets parent-friendly, making it one of the first high street chains to do campaign for the cause.
Recent study shows that some factors in breast milk may play a vital role in the transmission of obesity among babies.
A new study shows that breastfeeding babies for a long period of time could lead them to be exposed to industrial chemicals.
World Breastfeeding Week is a celebration every year from August 1-7 in more than 170 countries worldwide. This commemorates the Innocenti Declaration signed in August 1990 by WHO, UNICEF, policymakers and other organizations to protect, promote and support breastfeeding.
A recent study shows that breastfeeding could lessen the risk of a child to experience leukemia. It may not be a cure, but it's definitely a huge help when it comes to the prevention of the deadly disease.
"Project Breastfeeding" is a campaign aimed to help tackle any stigmas related to public breastfeeding.