Researchers investigated 212 commercially available infant formula milk products on sale in 11 countries.
From dietary supplements to poop transplants, probiotics are now a multi-billion dollar market.
If you're expressing breast milk for your baby, it's important to understand how to store it safely – particularly when we're experiencing warmer weather.
You probably know about the collection of microorganisms that live in, on and around us. But did you know that not everyone in society has equal access to them? That needs to change.
Most UK workplaces aren't set up for women to breastfeed, so is it any wonder rates are so low.
Proper support for breastfeeding is an environmental imperative.
So many other countries see the value in breastfeeding support but the UK is lagging behind.
Breast milk contains ingredients in concentrations that change over the course of the day. Researchers think milk is chrononutrition, carrying molecular messages to help set a baby's internal clock.
If breast milk was made in factories, we'd count it in the GDP.
Does beer help a new mother's milk come in? Does 'pumping and dumping' allow you to drink and breast-feed? A doctor sorts the evidence from the myth.
Breastfeeding is not a logical choice based on some health benefit but an urge, an instinct.
Mothers who cannot breastfeed are absolutely not failing, rather, they are being failed.
The ability to help save other babies’ lives can make recovering from a big loss easier.
Human milk is being traded online in the mistaken belief that it is a panacea.
South Africa is still lagging behind when it comes to support for breastfeeding in the workplace.
As US mothers returned to breastfeeding, the market for infant formula dried up, leading formula makers to seek new markets in developing nations. Here's how that led to a recent outcry.
Breastfeeding isn't easy, and that's ok – new parents can handle the truth.
It's time to normalise it.
A chemist explains how some molecules in human breast milk help fight infection. Understanding their properties could lead to better infant formulas that share the health advantages of breastfeeding.
Why was one gene mutation that affects hair, teeth, sweat glands and breasts ubiquitous among ice age Arctic people? New research points to the advantage it provided for ancestors of Native Americans.