What happens to rheumatologic disease activity during breastfeeding? Find out the role of an infant’s sucking pressure in mom’s prolactin level. We’ve discussed infant microbiome and mode of delivery, but is there a difference in breast microbiome between women who have had a cesarean birth vs vaginal delivery?
The Breastfeeding Medicine Podcast
The Breastfeeding Medicine Podcast was created by Anne Eglash MD, IBCLC, FABM, is cohosted with Karen Bodnar MD, IBCLC, FABM, FAAP, and is produced by IABLE. Dr. Bodnar and Dr. Eglash review recent research articles that have a potential impact on clinical practice.
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How strong is the research regarding breastfeeding’s effect on childhood obesity? Cortisol is indeed in breastmilk, but why? Does mom’s stress level effect infant weight? And, the secret to the sagging breast. Join us to find out!
Podcast #60 A discussion of ABM’s recent protocol on breastfeeding the child with diabetes,and research on the role of oligosaccharides in cows milk allergy.by Anne Eglash MD and Karen Bodnar MD Listen as we review the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine’s protocol on how to manage diabetes in the breastfed infant and toddler. The research on […]
Podcast #59 A Round Robin of Breastfeeding Topics with Anne Eglash MD and Kathy Leeper MD Anne and Kathy discuss a variety of unusual topics covered by Lactmed including tattooing, dialysis, insecticides, maternal chemotherapy and more. Kathy reviews a recent large prospective study researching the effect of breastmilk on the premature infant’s brain and cognition. […]
Podcast #58 Anne Eglash MD IBCLC and Kathy Leeper MD, IBCLC Anne and Kathy Discuss the AAP update on Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Syndrome, and the ABM Pain Protocol. Recorded in November 2016.
Anne Eglash, MD Podcast #57 Anne discusses 3 new studies on breastfeeding and childhood obesity published in Childhood Obesity Journal, a special issue covering conception to age 2. Recorded in October 2016.
ISRHML Abstracts (International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation) 2015 – Part 2 Anne Eglash, MD and Karen Bodnar, MD Anne and Karen discuss ISRHML abstracts. Topics include gene methylation and breastfeeding, facilitators and barriers to breastfeeding for African Americans, breastfeeding policy process and Ebola virus in Sierra Leone, breastmilk donation beyond 12 […]
Abstracts from the 2015 International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation – Part 1 Anne Eglash, MD and Karen Bodnar, MD So many fun topics! Iodine supplementation, breastfeeding outcomes after training medical residents, cost/benefit of using donor milk, use of domperidone, lactobacillus salivarius and mastitis, infant gut microbiome and infant feeding, and the […]
What’s your guess – does feeding more solids during the day or weaning from the breast decrease night time feedings at night? Listen to find out! Also, check out a new protocol adopted by some hospitals using dextrose gel rather than IV glucose for neonatal hypoglycemia.
Join us for a glimpse of what’s in unpasteurized donor milk purchased over the internet. We will also share a study that proves lower gut inflammation in breastfeeding babies, as well as research on the power of breastfeeding on reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes.