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 […]
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. Please join us at our facebook page to share comments and questions!
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.
Join us to review evidence-based prenatal interventions to encourage and support breastfeeding as recommended by the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine. Anne and Karen embellish several recommendations with their own observations and methods.
Listen up to learn more about how multiple sclerosis symptoms are affected by lactation. Should you throw out that thawed pasteurized donor milk that is over 24-48 hours old? Why would breastfeeding protect from childhood leukemia?
Anne attended the Newfoundland Breastfeeding Research Day on Nov 5, 2015 and interviews researchers on their projects, including the development of a community breastfeeding peer support group, investigation of maternal obesity and breastfeeding initiation, a review of the definition of breastfeeding rates in NICU studies, and reasons why mothers supplement in the hospital.
Listen up to learn more about the epigenetics of lactation in multiparous women, a quality improvement process to decrease NEC in the NICU, and how prolactin levels change in mothers during and after nursing over time.
We discuss starting a donor human milk bank, issues of milk sharing, how to start a donor milk depot, and importance of collecting donor milk in NICUs.
We discuss specifics in the ABM contraceptive protocol, such as differences between the CDC and WHO recommendations, and why lactation consultants and maternal providers may differ in their attitudes and recommendations about hormonal contraception.