A breastfeeding supplementer, or supply line, allows a baby to receive extra milk at the breast and hence removes the need for supplementary feeding with a bottle.
By Laura Klein, PhD, Research Fellow, Milk, Australian Red [...]
Situations can arise when mothers need to express breastmilk. A mother can express by hand or with a manual or electric (personal or hospital grade) breast pump.
This week, ABA welcomes our new Executive Officer, Victoria Cerins-Marshall. We wish her well as she settles into her new role.
Supplementation methods for the breastfed baby. Naomi Hull RN, Cert IV Breastfeeding Education, IBCLC, MPH (Nutrition)
We are all familiar now with the knowledge that ‘nutrition and nurturing during the first year of life are both crucial for life long health and well-being’ (WHO, 2019), but how are we going in ensuring that babies are fed in such a way that supports their life-long health?