Sure, you're hip to multiple facts about breastfeeding, but check out this fresh list of nursing perks that extend to both you AND your little one.
A new report finds that many women--especially in the U.S.--are not breastfeeding nearly long enough to give infants the full benefits. Here's how to help.
Here's what to do if you're having a tough time nursing.
We show you how to get it right
Nursing changes as your baby grows. Here's how to adapt.
Here are six ways to boost breast milk production.
Surprising facts for nursing newbies.
Kristin Cavallari is the latest celeb mama sharing a breastfeeding selfie. See the beautiful photo and more celebs who are nursing and proud.
Getting the proper latch can make or break your breastfeeding experience. Our step-by-step guide will help you do it right.
The nuts and bolts of pumping and storing breast milk.
Top 5 tips for breastfeeding success from Elena Vogel
What you can do if you're not producing enough breast milk.
Look for these four signs to tell if Baby is full.
Five common causes of nipple pain. Plus, what you can do to ease discomfort.
Feeding your baby breast milk does more good than you might think. Here are 20 benefits.
The first six weeks are crucial when it comes to nursing your baby. Be prepared with our five simple steps to success.
Everything you need to know about breastfeeding--from buying that first nursing bra to deciding when to wean.
Baby brag walls, flat-screen TVs and a Bring Your Nursling to Work policy? Breastfeeding moms across America are in heaven in these 8 nursing-friendly places.
Useful ways to hold your baby for breastfeeding.
Make breastfeeding a little easier with these products.
A mother/artist gets real about her difficulties with breastfeeding on social media--and doesn't hold back.
As a Chicago salon offers breast milk facials for $40, we go DIY, putting mother's milk to the test to find out if we all should pump milk for the next beauty craze.
A top lactation consultant offers breastfeeding advice you can really use.
The thinking used to be that all women are capable of producing ample milk to feed their babies. Now we know that's not always the case--and the problem may even be on the rise.