Breast Pumping

Moms that recently gave birth breast pump for the purpose of storing milk to give to their baby when they're not around. Learn all about breast pumping, including how to use a pump, which one to use, and much more.

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This Is What the Ultimate Office Pumping Room Looks Like & Why It Matters

Experts in the architecture and design world are joining forces with employed moms to ensure lactation rooms become the norm in every workplace. Here's what they should look like.
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How to Pump Breast Milk While Driving

Is it safe to pump breast milk while driving? It depends who you ask. Here's how one mom does it and what you should know if you're thinking about trying it.
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7 Bottle Feeding Tips for Breastfeeding Moms

Worried about nipple confusion? Try these smart strategies to help bottle feeding and breastfeeding work well together.
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How to Hand Express Breast Milk

Hand expressing breast milk is an essential skill all breastfeeding moms should have in their arsenal—and it's easier than you might think.
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Ex-KFC Employee Awarded More Than $1.5 Million in Breastfeeding Discrimination Case

A jury sided with Delaware mom Autumn Lampkins, who filed a lawsuit alleging that co-workers and supervisors made it so hard for her to pump breast milk during her shifts that her supply dried up.
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The CDC's New Breast Pump Cleaning Guidelines Are a Must-Read for Pumping Moms

The CDC has issued new breast pump cleaning guidelines after an infant contracted a dangerous infection from contaminated pump parts.
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Exclusive Pumping: The Scoop on Schedules, Milk Supply and Tips for Success

When nursing isn't working, there is an option besides formula: your breast pump. Real mothers talk about the highs, lows, and logistics of exclusively pumping breast milk so you know what to expect.
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More Moms are Exclusively Pumping Breastmilk, Here's Why

Breastfeeding or offering formula in a bottle are not the only ways to feed your baby. Moms can decide to exclusively pump and give their baby all the benefits of breastmilk without having to nurse.