SIGN-UP NOW! SIGN-UP NOW! Click to become a VoiceAmerica Member for Free!
Voiceamerica radio logo
voiceamerica-health-and-wellness radio logo
Apple logo Google Play Store Kindle store
Born to be Breastfed
top banner

Born to be Breastfed

Monday at 3 PM Pacific

April 13th 2015:Breastfeeding Support Before and After Birth

Prenatal care is often dominated by talk of how the baby’s doing and how to prepare for labor and delivery. Breasts and breastfeeding are seldom mentioned, and most conversation tends to be brief. The World Health Organization identifies several major breastfeeding topics for health care providers to discuss with pregnant women by 32 weeks gestation—but many don’t do this. This show will provide “need to know” info .You may already have heard good things about exclusive breastfeeding, skin-to-skin care, good positioning and attachment, and rooming-in but do you know how to be your own best adv

Read more
Share Email SHARE
Download PDF DOWNLOAD PDF
Get Code GET CODE

Tune in

Monday at 3 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
LISTEN LIVE
EPISODE ON DEMAND
VIEW HOST PAGE
Questions? Comments?
Call In Live!
Toll Free: 1-866-472-5792
Intl: 001-480-553-5759

Share This Episode

facebook Share On Facebook
twitter Share On Twitter
Linkedin Share On LinkedIn
Share Email Share this E-mail
https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2248/born-to-be-breastfed 16/12/2017 03:00 16/12/2017 04:00 Born to be Breastfed https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2248/born-to-be-breastfed Prenatal care is often dominated by talk of how the baby’s doing and how to prepare for labor and delivery. Breasts and breastfeeding are seldom mentioned, and most conversation tends to be brief. The World Health Organization identifies several major breastfeeding topics for health care providers to discuss with pregnant women by 32 weeks gestation—but many don’t do this. This show will provide “need to know” info .You may already have heard good things about exclusive breastfeeding, skin-to-skin care, good positioning and attachment, and rooming-in but do you know how to be your own best advocate when those practices are not the norm where you deliver? Do you know what to ask if obstacles prevent you from doing what you know is best? Find out how to engage obstetrical providers and hospital staff in supporting pregnant women and new moms (you, or someone you care for) in these goals. Whether or not your delivery site is Baby-Friendly designated, the care can be family-friendly. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
Email Host Email the Host

Connect with VoiceAmerica

Download our mobile apps
App store Google play Blackberry store
GPlus Facebook Twitter Linkedin Social Media
presspass-banner