Breastfeeding Benefits Past One Year

Should you breastfed your baby past one year? The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for six month, and up to two years with complementary food. Yet many health care providers are unclear about the benefits of extended breastfeeding. What are some of the benefits?

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  • Ask Breastfeeding Experts, The Boob Group

    Ask Breastfeeding Experts

    Our team of experts are here to help you throughout your breastfeeding journey. View the experts section on our homepage and learn more about them. Then, submit your questions through email, or via our voicemail at 619-866-4775.

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    Maternity leave was great, but now it’s time to return to work… with your pump. How can you make this experience run as smoothly as possible? What challenges will you face and how can you overcome them? What are your rights?

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