A new discovery shows how breast milk can the remedy to cure cancer.
A grieving mother from Utah has decided to donate her breast milk to a Live Well Center. She has donated a total of 4,000 ounces of milk in December and is now close to her goal of 5,000 ounces.
The components of human breast milk have long been distinguished along with the different functions it plays in an infant's primary meal however researchers are still baffled on why the configuration of these sugars changes during breastfeeding.
A meta-analysis of several studies showed that breastfeeding has benefits for mothers and their children.
A UK-based study proves that a component of breast milk protein is powerful enough to destroy drug-resistant bacteria known as superbugs
A new study shows how breast milk can be employed to combat superbugs.
Breast may be best for babies, but new research reveals that the same can't be said for breast milk sold on the Internet.
An eight-moth-old boy in Sacramento, California died of an overdose after drinking his mother's milk.
Breastfeeding passes on 'good' bacteria from the mother to baby. A new study reveals that breast milk transfers good bacteria from the mother's gut to the baby's digestive system.
Researchers from Stirling University in the UK developed a My Milk Count test that measures omega 3 levels in breast feeding others.
Researchers found that breast milk production was tied to an increase in insulin sensitivity during lactation.
A Texas-based company unveiled its latest lollipop flavor, breast milk.
Just breast may not always be best, according to new research that revealed that feeding underweight babies formula milk along with breast milk immediately after birth can actually significantly increase the length of time their mothers end up breastfeeding.
The findings are promising, especially in a time when hospitals are struggling to combat drug-resistant superbugs like MRSA and drug resistance is on the rise.
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