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Suffering from cracked nipples? Here's some great advice for the treatment and healing of cracked nipples, from BellyBelly's IBCLC, Renee Kam. Read More
Fenugreek. Does it increase the production of breast milk? If you want to boost your milk supply, here’s what you need to know about fenugreek. Read More
When a couple were given advice to abort their baby who would be born without part of his skull and brain, they refused. See him now, a year later! Read More
Australia’s new Children’s eSafety Commissioner says as much as 50% of photos on child exploitation sites come from social media and blogs. Find out more. Read More
In some countries and hospitals, routine IV fluids are part of labor care. Is there any benefit to this? Here are 4 negatives to routine IV fluids. Read More
Contrary to previous studies, a new study has claimed breastfeeding does not impact IQ. But they have made a critical mistake. Find out what it is, here. Read More
The link between breastfeeding and IQ - a long debate. First they said it improved IQ, now a new study says not. Find out the truth about the research. Read More
Placenta accreta occurs in 1 in 7,000 pregnancies, and 60-80% are after a previous c-section. What is placenta accreta? Find out the symptoms and more. Read More
Don't like the idea of people kissing your baby on the lips? Here's why it's important stop the kisses - a baby ended up very ill after contracting herpes. Read More
Breastfeeding awareness campaigns screen on televisions around the world (unfortunately not in Australia). Here are 5 of our favourite breastfeeding ads. Read More