Dr.Jack Newman
Dr.Jack Newman
07/20/2017 at 13:30. Facebook
Looking for Pediatricians

We are looking to hire pediatricians who are interested in:
• working at Dr. Jack Newman’s clinic
• learning about breastfeeding medicine
• supporting breastfeeding mothers and babies
• working with a team of well-trained and experienced lactation consultants
• learning to help breastfeeding mothers and babies overcome problems using Dr. Jack Newman’s protocols
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Looking for Pediatricians We are looking to hire pediatricians who are interested

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Lesleigh Davis
Lina Barska
Ingrid Siahaan
Dr.Jack Newman
Dr.Jack Newman
07/19/2017 at 13:21. Facebook
Here is a playful and more interesting video than the video in the previous post showing breastfeeding and capturing some of those things that mothers feel about breastfeeding but are not easy to express in words. Sometimes the ones that are able to describe the experience of breastfeeding are children themselves.

There was a study done in which children were asked to say what breastfeeding... View more »
Here is a playful and more interesting video than the video in

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Maryke Polley
Waned Malavé
Dr.Jack Newman
Dr.Jack Newman
07/18/2017 at 12:35. Facebook
When a political scientist pops out of a can of formula announcing that formula is just like breastmilk, not surprisingly, many people watching the video are left just as confused as the political scientist, wondering whether it all really makes any difference.

She then goes on to push all the right buttons of the disappointed mothers who wanted to breastfeed and were completely let down by... View more »
When a political scientist pops out of a can of formula announcing

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Jess Chapman
Tina Sawchuk
Anna Moeller
Dr.Jack Newman
Dr.Jack Newman
07/17/2017 at 14:25. Facebook
The problem with breastfeeding is not a problem of trying to motivate mothers so that they want to breastfeed. The problem with breastfeeding is how to prevent mothers from being disappointed in a situation when they desired to breastfeed but were faced with difficulties and obstacles or were told that in their situation they "cannot" breastfeed even though they wanted to. Real breastfeeding... View more »
The problem with breastfeeding is not a problem of trying to motivate

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Juliana Peres
Ashley Hayes Van Horn
Dr.Jack Newman
Dr.Jack Newman
07/17/2017 at 13:18. Facebook
The Newman Breastfeeding Clinic - Breastfeeding Help in Toronto
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Dr.Jack Newman
Dr.Jack Newman
07/17/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
Breastfeeding is good for the mother's health. Many people tend to view breastfeeding as something a mother goes through for the sake of the baby but at the same time they believe that the mother's body suffers when a mother breastfeeds. Not true. Breastfeeding is important for mother's health. Here is one example based on the newest research:

At the most recent Euroanaesthesia Congress held... View more »
Breastfeeding is good for the mother's health Many people tend to view

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Anya Brown
Amanda McTeer
Krista Hanna-Thompson
Dr.Jack Newman
Dr.Jack Newman
07/15/2017 at 14:37. Facebook
I wrote my book on breastfeeding to show how breastfeeding works and, more importantly, how we can help mothers in difficult situations when most people would simply tell them to give up. Solutions to breastfeeding problems do exist but they are not well known and most solutions commonly presented to mothers are only making things worse.
Here is a list of chapters my book covers in... View more »
I wrote my book on breastfeeding to show how breastfeeding works and

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Julie Castagnier
Beth Wigham
Dr.Jack Newman
Dr.Jack Newman
07/15/2017 at 10:31. Facebook
We have videos with explanatory texts not only in English but also in the following languages:
French, German, Spanish, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Greek, Japanese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Dutch, Czech, Vietnamese, Hungarian, Croatian, Malagasy, and Turkish.
How do you know your baby is getting milk from the breast?
Many mothers worry their baby is not... View more »
We have videos with explanatory texts not only in English but also

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Hila Dor-Braver
Umm Faaris Haya Ismail
To access our videos with explanatory texts in the following languages: French, German, Spanish, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Greek, Japanese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Dutch, Czech, Vietnamese, Hungarian, Croatian, Malagasy, and Turkish, go to [ Ibconline.ca Link ], bring down the menu and choose your language.
To access our videos with explanatory texts in the following languages: French

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Dr.Jack Newman
The reason why so many mothers stop breastfeeding is that they can´t get good breastfeeding help. 92% of mothers are determined to breastfeed and they are extremely disappointed when they find all sorts of conflicting information that makes it difficult to get off to the right start. At our clinic we see mothers every day struggling with breastfeeding in very difficult situations and they find... View more »
The reason why so many mothers stop breastfeeding is that they can´t

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SpottedFawn Minnabarriet
Lillian Scott
Alison Schuurman
It is possible to breastfeed babies who are adopted or have a different biological parent. At our clinic we have helped many parents breastfeed babies they have decided to raise or adopt. We have developed a protocol describing possible steps they can take in order to be able to breastfeed their baby.
And as you can in this rare photo, breastfeeding is sometimes possible across species too -... View more »
It is possible to breastfeed babies who are adopted or have a

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Georgina Elsa
Mira Iryna
How do you know your baby is getting milk from the breast?
Many mothers worry their baby is not getting anything from the breast, they worry their baby would starve and not knowing how to tell whether the baby is drinking from the breast or not often leads to insecurity and unnecessary interventions such as supplementing with formula.
It is possible to know whether the baby is drinking from... View more »
How do you know your baby is getting milk from the breast

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Mira Iryna
Jenny Porter
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What happens if you invest $1 into breastfeeding?
It results in $35 in return.
These results are based on a joint effort between the World Bank Group, Results for Development Institute, and 1,000 Days, with financial support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation.
Systemic measures should be taken to provide women and babies real practical help... View more »
What happens if you invest 1 into breastfeeding

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Jessica Lambert
Amanda Bringas
Leah Wiebe
Breastfeeding is good for the economy. Here is one example which is a result of a joint effort between the World Bank Group, Results for Development Institute, and 1,000 Days, a World Health Organization initiative. Breastfeeding is key to infant and child nutrition and makes a difference not only in their cognitive development and educational attainment but also in their adult productivity,... View more »
Breastfeeding is good for the economy Here is one example which is

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Christy Hall
Dean Cwin
Breastfeeding and Thymic Size
The thymus is important for the immune system and protection against bacteria, viruses and fungi because this is where T-cells mature.
The formula fed baby's thymus is 50% smaller than the thymus of a breastfed baby.
This is one of the many reasons for which good breastfeeding help should be made available to mothers and babies who are experiencing difficulties.

Breastfeeding and Thymic Size The thymus is important for the immune system

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Mallory 'Schmidt' Cervas
Rebecca Kampen
Christine Bakke Pedersen
Do you have photos of your breastfed baby or toddler which you would like to be used for supporting other mothers in their efforts to breastfeed?
If you want other mothers to be encouraged by what you have achieved, I would be thrilled to receive your breastfeeding photos and a permission to use them on my website ( either in the comments or by sending it to my email address... View more »
Do you have photos of your breastfed baby or toddler which you

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Abbie Marshall
Rosie-Olivia Allen
Lisa Bridger
A recent study published in the July 2017 issue of Pediatrics, has caused a lot of ink to flow in the media on the wisdom of separating parents and babies at 4 months of age into different rooms at night.

Ian M. Paul et al in his study called Mother-Infant Room-Sharing and Sleep Outcomes in the INSIGHT Study advocates that it is good for babies to sleep in a separate room at 4 months. He... View more »
A recent study published in the July 2017 issue of Pediatrics has

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Erin Petrotta
Andrea Benoit
Larissa Katriina Lee
Nipple shields, good tools or a problem? Please read on, read the whole blog.

The use of nipple shields has become almost epidemic in North America and Europe. Nipple shields are seen as the answer to all breastfeeding problems, from babies not latching on, to nipple soreness, to routine use for premature babies. Even the perception of a mother’s nipples being “flat” often results in the... View more »
Nipple shields good tools or a problem Please read on read the whole blog

International BreastFeeding Centre | The problem with nipple shields

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Marija Čukman
Chantal Kirk
Danielle Browne
My blog on reflux, which is available in English, has now been translated into French. Mon blog sur le reflux est maintenant traduit dans la langue de Molière. Merci beaucoup à Edith Sanchez d'avoir fait la traduction. Many thanks to Edith Sanchez for having translated the blog into French.

Voici un courriel typique de parents inquiets à propos de « reflux » La mère d’un nourrisson de 4... View more »
My blog on reflux which is available in English has now been

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Amy Sinke
Marsha Idella
Sierra Troutman
One of the commonest questions I receive from mothers is about medication and breastfeeding, and can the mother continue breastfeeding while on such and such medication. Mothers are frequently, even usually told they must stop breastfeeding when in reality most medications can be taken while the mother continues to breastfeed the way she and her baby are used to, that is, not restrict... View more »
One of the commonest questions I receive from mothers is about medication

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Shelby Williams
Karla Krupica
Michelle Schwartz