What is the definition of breastfeeding? by Miriam Labbok, MD, MPH, IBCLC, from Breastfeeding Abstracts, February 2000, Volume 19, Number 3, pp. 19-21.
Cue Feeding: Wisdom and Science by Lisa Marasco, BA, IBCLC and Jan Barger, MA, RN, IBCLC, from Breastfeeding Abstracts, May 1999, Volume 18, Number 4, pp. 28-29
Examining the Evidence for Cue feeding of Breastfed Infants. A technical article by Lisa Marasco, BA, IBCLC and Jan Barger, MA, RN, IBCLC. “Babies, most especially breastfed babies, need to be fed on cue and should be allowed to set their own routine, rather than placed into a predetermined schedule. It is our further conclusion that practices which interfere with respecting babies’ cues have been responsible for low weight gains, failure to thrive, milk supply failure, involuntary early weaning, and possibly even some cases of colic, not to mention infant regression and depression due to lack of parental responsiveness to baby’s frantic cues.”
Now infants can get
all their vitamin D
from their mothers’ milk;
no drops needed with
TheraNatal Lactation ONE
Milk Secretion: An Overview by Margaret C. Neville, Ph.D.
Biology of the Mammary Gland from the National Institute of Heath.
Health e-learning Online professional courses in lactation [These courses are excellent – I’ve taken several and will take more. — Kelly]
Studies on Human Lactation: The Development of the Computerized Breast
Measurement System by D. B. Cox, R. A. Owens and Peter E. Hartmann
Regulation of Milk Synthesis in Women by Peter E. Hartmann
The United Nations University Press Food and Nutrition Bulletin Volume 17, Number 4, December 1996. With articles of: Hartmann, Howie, Prentice, Van Esterik, Woolridge, Hanson, Victora, etc.
Atlas of Breast Histopathology (including the normal & lactating breast) from the University of Helsinki