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Milk While Mourning (Spanish) – information about breast milk production after the loss of an infant

Tobacco and E-Cigarettes | Breastfeeding | CDC – The Kansas Tobacco Quitline (www.KSquit.org or 1-800-QUIT-NOW) provides FREE one-on-one coaching for Kansans ready to quit using any form of tobacco, including vaping. Professional counseling is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in multiple languages. The Quitline pregnancy and postpartum program offers up to 5 coaching sessions during pregnancy and 4 sessions postpartum with the same female Coach, and includes the option to receive free text message support.

Environmental & Chemical Exposures & Breastfeeding (CDC)

Breastfeeding with a Disability

Opiate Exposed Neonate & Breastfeeding Promotion & Support (Betty Thomas) – 2020 KBC Conference Recorded Session

Breastfeeding and Diabetes (American Diabetes Association)

Breastfeeding After Reduction

Breastfeeding in the Military

Maternal/Perinatal Mental Health slides from Kansas Connecting Communities presentation Feb. 12, 2021, recording HERE