Posted: Jan 26, 2015
This is the most common breastfeeding question I’m asked.
Not being able to see exactly how many milliliters or ounces baby is taking in during a feeding makes many parents worry that they aren’t getting enough to eat. Babies cry often and many assume the baby is hungry and they’re crying because they aren’t getting enough breast milk.
If baby is latching to your breast, transferring milk and making enough wet and dirty diapers then baby is feeding enough.
Posted: Jan 7, 2015
Aging Well blogger Karen Reynolds
As we begin a new year, we find ourselves with resolutions. Promises and actions made to improve or change something or some action to improve ourselves. Leading experts from the American Geriatrics Society’s Health in Aging Foundation compiled a list of the top 10 healthy resolutions for older adults. These actions will help to keep you healthy and happy in the New Year and for years to come: