Guide to more effective, nuanced discussions about infant feeding

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In my previous piece on the breastfeeding backlash movement, I noted that many professionals, clinicians, and public health advocates have expressed uncertainty as to how approach the issue with the general public. It just so happens that I have a tiiiiny bit of public relations and science policy experience, and have road-tested some language and … Continue reading Guide to more effective, nuanced discussions about infant feeding

It’s time to talk about breastfeeding science backlash movement

Knowing the type of reactions this topic elicits, I have mulled over whether or not to write this post for a long time. But World Breastfeeding Week is a time for health practitioners and health advocates to reflect, and as someone who hails from the world of science rather than clinical, and as someone who … Continue reading It’s time to talk about breastfeeding science backlash movement

Six must-follow experts to follow for dope breastfeeding science

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Note: I apologize for the ads. I know they're ugly. I'm working on a budget for this thing! During World Breastfeeding Week 2019, I have been reflecting on how there is a whole heck of a lot of misinformation being spread around the internet about breastfeeding in recent years. I have noticed a trend of … Continue reading Six must-follow experts to follow for dope breastfeeding science