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Episode 44: This Week in Breastfeeding - Mar 12, 2021

 

In this new weekly series, Jacqueline Kincer is giving you a run-down of the latest and greatest news, announcements, celebrity gossip, and more--and it's all related to breastfeeding! If you want to know what the latest studies say, get reviews on the newest products, find out about policy changes, or anything else that's relevant to you as a breastfeeding mom or professional, then tune in every week to TWiB (This Week in Breastfeeding) on Breastfeeding Talk.

In this episode, you'll hear:

  • Why most new moms have a low sex drive
  • New evidence on COVID-19 disease and breastfeeding
  • More updates on mRNA vaccines and lactation

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Episode 40: This Week in Breastfeeding - Feb 12, 2021

 

In this new weekly series, Jacqueline Kincer is giving you a run-down of the latest and greatest news, announcements, celebrity gossip, and more--and it's all related to breastfeeding! If you want to know what the latest studies say, get reviews on the newest products, find out about policy changes, or anything else that's relevant to you as a breastfeeding mom or professional, then tune in every week to TWiB (This Week in Breastfeeding) on Breastfeeding Talk.

In this episode, you'll hear:

  • The latest research about COVID-19 and breastfeeding
  • Katy Perry's experience with breastfeeding
  • New UK guidelines for perinatal health
  • Challenges with supporting breastfeeding
  • My new herbal lactation supplement, Advanced Lactation Formula

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Episode 38: This Week in Breastfeeding - Feb 5, 2021

 

In this new weekly series, Jacqueline Kincer is giving you a run-down of the latest and greatest news, announcements, celebrity gossip, and more--and it's all related to breastfeeding! If you want to know what the latest studies say, get reviews on the newest products, find out about policy changes, or anything else that's relevant to you as a breastfeeding mom or professional, then tune in every week to TWiB (This Week in Breastfeeding) on Breastfeeding Talk.

In this episode, you'll hear:

  • New research on the immune benefits of breastfeeding
  • Additional information about COVID-19 infections and vaccinations
  • Exclusive pumping pros and cons
  • Postpartum depression and breastfeeding correlation
  • Heavy metals found in baby food products


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Episode 36: This Week in Breastfeeding - Jan 29, 2021

 

In this new weekly series, Jacqueline Kincer is giving you a run-down of the latest and greatest news, announcements, celebrity gossip, and more--and it's all related to breastfeeding! If you want to know what the latest studies say, get reviews on the newest products, find out about policy changes, or anything else that's relevant to you as a breastfeeding mom or professional, then tune in every week to TWiB (This Week in Breastfeeding) on Breastfeeding Talk.

In this episode, you'll hear:

  • New policies that support working mothers
  • Recent studies showing even more benefits to moms & babies re: breastfeeding
  • Mothers sharing their own personal experiences around breastfeeding in public and the workplace
  • COVID-19 vaccine updates for breastfeeding moms

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Episode 34: COVID-19, the Vaccine & Breastfeeding

 

In this episode, Jacqueline Kincer, IBCLC reviews the most pertinent evidence to date regarding COVID-19, current vaccines for COVID-19, and breastfeeding. In June 2020, WHO (World Health Organization) recommended that mothers should continue to breastfeed, and that the benefits of breastfeeding substantially outweigh the potential risks for transmission. 

A study done in May took breastmilk samples from 43 mothers that were negative for the COVID-19 virus but 3 mothers tested positive for viral particles by RT-PCR from those three infants one infant tested positive but it was unknown if they were breastfed. The other two tested negative as one was breastfed and the other newborn was fed expressed breastmilk after viral RNA particles were no longer detected. 

RNA detection in the breast milk is not the same as the virus for transmission of COVID-19 to occur it would require replicative and infectious virus to be able to reach target sites in the infant. 

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