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More from husband-baby tandem breastfeeding couple

A woman who breastfeeds her baby and husband in tandem is a beautiful, powerful, empowered, multi-tasking, divine, blessed mama and wife. No, nursing doesn’t have to have any sexual connotations. Tandem breastfeeding of child and husband could simply be family time, because women can breastfeed their husbands without being sexually aroused. Notice the beginning of…

Reducing breast, ovarian cancer and childhood leukemia risk by enabling women to breastfeed

Abstracts: AACR Special Conference: Improving Cancer Risk Prediction for Prevention and Early Detection; November 16-19, 2016; Orlando, FL Abstract In reproductive physiology, lactation follows pregnancy. In traditional populations, children continue to breastfeed for 3 to 4 years, suggesting that sustained lactation is the biological norm. However, cultural norms are markedly different; while breastfeeding rates in…

History’s Altruistic Story of a Daughter Breastfeeding Her Father

How it influenced the baroque painters By Kamna Kirti This is an exemplary story of a woman Pero who secretly breastfed her imprisoned father Cimon who was starving to death in prison. The selfless devotion of Pero to nourish his father Cimon at her own breast is called “Roman Charity”. It is history’s most altruistic story of honoring one’s parent. History of Roman…

10 interesting facts about breastfeeding

From Ovuline.com: Weird facts about breastfeeding. Adapted for Christ-centered ANR. Think you know everything there is to know about breastfeeding? Think again! Even if you’ve already learned a lot about lactation, you might be surprised by some of the details of just how [breastfeeding] works. Some facts are fun, some are downright fantastic, and some…