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BreastfeedingBreastfeedingBreastfeedingBEnglishDevelopmentalNewborn (0-28 days);Baby (1-12 months)NANAHealthy living and preventionCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2018-01-19T05:00:00Z000Landing PageLearning Hub<p>Find information for parents about breastfeeding. In addition find information about expressing breast milk, feeding a baby in hospital, weaning and introducing solids. Also learn about feeding and nutrition problems in babies.</p><p>Find information for parents about breastfeeding and how to troubleshoot breastfeeding problems. In addition find information about expressing (pumping) breast milk, feeding a baby in hospital, weaning and introducing solids. Also learn about digestive system disorders, and feeding and nutrition problems in babies.</p><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"> <i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span><h2 class="panel-title">Breastfeeding overview</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Read about the benefits associated with breastfeeding and breast milk, and find tips for helping your baby latch on successfully.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=440&language=English">Breastfeeding</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=439&language=English">Feeding and nutrition of newborn babies</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=634&language=English">Breastfeeding: How do you know your baby is getting enough milk?</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1972&language=English">Breastfeeding: Test weighing your baby</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=442&language=English">Medications and alcohol in breastfeeding</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"> <i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span><h2 class="panel-title">Bottle-feeding, formula feeding and breast pumping</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;">Learn how to pump and store breast milk for when you are unable to breastfeed. If you cannot breastfeed or provide breast milk, read about types of formula and how much to give your baby.<p></p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=443&language=English">Expressing breast milk occasionally for your healthy baby</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=719&language=English">Formula feeding when you cannot provide breastmilk for your baby</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="https://youtu.be/9z-SdmA2VVE">Video: Cleaning your breast pump kit</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"> <i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span><h2 class="panel-title">Feeding aids</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Feeding aids help you to make sure your baby gets the nutrients they need when you are having trouble breastfeeding or your baby needs more to gain weight.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1979&language=English">Finger feeding your baby</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1988&language=English">Lactation aid</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"> <i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span><h2 class="panel-title">Feeding older babies</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Find tips for weaning your baby from breastfeeding by phasing out nighttime feedings and introducing cups and solid foods.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=633&language=English">Babies: Phasing out nighttime feedings</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=635&language=English">Feeding your baby: Weaning</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=497&language=English">Introducing solids</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=498&language=English">Nutrition as your baby gets older</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"> <i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span><h2 class="panel-title">Feeding and nutrition problems in babies</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Learn how to manage spitting up, vomiting, constipation and diarrhea, and when to see a doctor about these symptoms or about abnormal-looking stool.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=457&language=English">Spitting up and vomiting</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=458&language=English">Constipation and diarrhea in newborns</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=4&language=English">Abnormal-looking stool</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=514&language=English">Failure to thrive</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=31&language=English">Sensitive gag reflex: Transition to textured foods</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=968&language=English">​Cleft lip and cleft palate: Spoon feeding and cup drinking</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"> <i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span><h2 class="panel-title">Digestive system disorders in babies</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Some babies are born with digestive system disorders that can cause symptoms that inhibit eating and healthy weight gain. Learn more about digestive problems in babies.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1770&language=English">Congenital malformations of the gastrointestinal tract</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=817&language=English">Gastroesophageal reflux disease</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1804&language=English">Immature gastrointestinal tract</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=2&language=English">Pyloric stenosis</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"> <i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span><h2 class="panel-title">Feeding a sick baby</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Read about breastfeeding or expressing milk for your newborn when your baby has to stay in the hospital after birth or needs to be admitted to the hospital after being home.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1971&language=English">Breastfeeding your hospitalized baby</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1843&language=English">Breastfeeding premature babies in the NICU</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1845&language=English">Breast milk: Expressing for your hospitalized baby</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=2457&language=English">Nasogastric tube (NG tube): Feeding your child</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1842&language=English">Feeding and nutrition for premature babies</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1197&language=English">Energy boosting during baby's first year</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1684&language=English">Feeding a baby with a heart condition</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=3823&language=English">Kangaroo care for your hospitalized baby</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="https://youtu.be/9z-SdmA2VVE">Video: Cleaning your breast pump kit</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="https://youtu.be/8PRTAZfiCvY">Video: Sanitizing your breast pump kit</a></li></ol></div><div class="panel panel-primary"><div class="panel-heading clickable"> <span class="pull-right panel-heading-collapsable-icon"> <i class="mdi mdi-chevron-down"></i></span><h2 class="panel-title">Troubleshooting breastfeeding problems</h2></div><div class="panel-body list-group" style="display:none;"><p>Learn about breast disorders that can interfere with breast feeding, common causes of pain during breast feeding, and how to prevent soreness.</p></div><ol class="list-group" style="display:none;"><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=441&language=English">Breast changes and conditions</a></li><li class="list-group-item"><a class="overview-links" href="/Article?contentid=1911&language=English">Breastfeeding problems: Sore nipples</a></li></ol></div>https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/breast_feeding_learning_hub.jpgbreastfeeding

 

 

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