Support from family and wider society can have a huge impact on a woman's ability and decision to breastfeed.
Advice that babies must follow a strict three-hourly breastfeeding routine is causing mothers distress and guilt,and reducing breastfeeding rates.
Today’s blog is written by Tamzin, who received support from the National Breastfeeding Helpline and is now training to be a breastfeeding counsellor.
Today’s blog is written by Kimberly, discussing her research into breastfeeding rates in Salford and her work to help improve them.
Today’s blog is written by Sian, who, having struggled with breastfeeding herself, is now a peer supporter helping others on their breastfeeding journey.
Today’s blog is written by Helen, celebrating the range of breastfeeding services working in partnership in Coventry.
The Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative supports World Breastfeeding Week (WBW), which this year calls for support to combine breastfeeding and work.
Find out more about Sheffield's journey to full Baby Friendly accreditation