keep abreast of lactation research

March 2005
Mothering;Mar/Apr2005, Issue 129, p25
The article provides information about "Lactnet." This network is a listserv created by lactation experts and Mothering contributors Kathleen Bruce and Kathleen Auerbach. Lactnet provides more than 3,000 physicians, nurses, lactation consultants, and La Leche League leaders worldwide with current research and information on breastfeeding practices.


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