We review many topical medications during breastfeeding such as antifungals, antibacterials, topical steroids, iodine, insecticides, hair dyes, and many more. This is followed by a review of studies on routine supplementation of iron in exclusively breastfed infants. Join us!
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 The Milk Mob. 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!
A 2017 Review of Research and Policies that Impact Clinical Lactation.
Podcast #66 We had a windfall of clinical information hit the journals in 2017, topics ranging from donor milk and complementary feeding to allergies and breastfeeding during pregnancy. Join us for some downright awesome evidence! Recorded in January 2018. This is our first podcast which is also on YouTube! If you’d like to view the […]
Topics: Frequency of upper lip frenulums and how to rate them. Typical infant sucking pressures. What happens to milk volumes when mothers add pumping to nursing after cesarean.
Join in for a sneak preview about the movie Chocolate Milk, the background and goals of the film, and listen in on our conversation about contemporary challenges that African American women face in the US health care system and society regarding birthing and breastfeeding.
Podcast #63 We review the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine protocol on Jaundice in the Breastfeeding Infant, revised in 2017. Join us to learn why breastfeeding babies have higher bilirubin levels, how to evaluate prolonged jaundice, and strategies to manage breastfeeding when the bilirubin is elevated. Recorded in September 2017.
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?
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. […]