We've launched a new campaign to call on the UK Government to build an environment supportive of breastfeeding. Add your voice today.
In light of new research about the benefits of breastfeeding, Sue Ashmore discusses why we need change the way we talk about breastfeeding.
Thanks to the Burdett Trust, six neonatal units are being offered a unique opportunity to receive financial and practical support to gain Unicef UK Baby Friendly accreditation.
This World Breastfeeding Week we're highlighting the importance of breastfeeding support in giving children the best start in life.
It's important that both starting and ending breastfeeding are seen as part of a loving, reciprocal relationship between mum and baby.
To tackle the UK's low breastfeeding rates, we need to support communities to understand, value and normalise breastfeeding.
Support from family and wider society can have a huge impact on a woman's ability and decision to breastfeed.
Advice that babies must follow a strict three-hourly breastfeeding routine is causing mothers distress and guilt,and reducing breastfeeding rates.
Today’s blog is written by Tamzin, who received support from the National Breastfeeding Helpline and is now training to be a breastfeeding counsellor.