Unfortunately, not everything we hear about a topic is factual. People make stuff up all the time, or are simply misinformed and pass that misinformation onto others. This is extremely true with breastfeeding. All mothers have different stories, experiences, and friends or family. This leads to completely different conceptions and “advice” being given to new… Read More Misinformation and Breastfeeding
In hopes of helping new mothers this holiday season, we present our informational segment on latching when breastfeeding. A lot of mothers feel that just getting their baby started is the most difficult step in breastfeeding. There are some great methods that help just about any mother during breastfeeding, and we want to share them… Read More Latching when Breastfeeding
We know that babies can get awfully fussy in their first year (some never stop being fussy until they’re adults!), so we hope that this short video can help some mothers to remember that your comfort is also very important. In short, if you are comfortable, then baby will be comfortable.
Here’s a great article from our friends at Survivor Pediatrics that’s just in time for winter. If your child is experiencing a cough, it’s best to read up on this.
A lot of people have trouble distinguishing symptoms of the common cold from symptoms of influenza. We’ve put together a short video to help parents (and anybody, really) tell if they’re dealing with the cold or the flu. We hope it’s helpful to you!