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REPOST: Wyoming Maternal Child Health Team Demonstrates the Power of Collaboration - By Jessica Fedenia
Richardson claims that the LCTC changed her life.
Last year, Forrest General Hospital celebrated two new CLCs) in their Women and Children’s Services department.
Two well-known faculty members publish new and exciting research study!
Practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and lactation counseling.
An increase in the number of lactation support providers is critical worldwide.
According to the CDC, there are a startling low 8.36 lactation care providers per 1,000 live births in the U.S., which is not nearly enough.
A quick look at the most commonly asked questions about the CLC recertification process!
Families rallying to share their vision to access childbirth care that is safe, supportive, and empowering.
Emilie Adams, Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC), believes that families can only control themselves when flying with infants and toddlers.