Latest research on reasons that mothers stop breastfeeding and what works to support them to breastfeed for as long as they wish.
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Not having enough milk is one of the most common reasons UK mothers give for stopping breastfeeding.
Latest research on the importance of skin-to-skin contact for supporting feeding and the development of close, loving parent-infant relationships.
Details of the Baby Friendly Initiative's 2017 Neonatal Conference, bringing together the latest discussions and ideas around preterm care.
This infosheet helps health professionals to support parents to feed their babies responsively and so develop close and loving relationships with them.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts about the Baby Friendly website. Below are some answers to common questions you asked, with links to key resources.
To mark National Breastfeeding Celebration Week 2017, Heather Trickey considers how to have more open, honest and compassionate conversations about feeding.
Today’s blog is written by Helen, celebrating the range of breastfeeding services working in partnership in Coventry.
Breast thrush presents as severe nipple and/or breast pain, often after a period of pain free breastfeeding. Find out how to treat it.
Mastitis means inflammation of the breast. Find out how to prevent it.