Category Archives: Nursing

Health Tip on Breast-Feeding With Diabetes

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommended women with diabetes must regularly monitor their blood glucose levels after pregnancy as their system adapt to postpartum hormonal shifts, erratic sleep, and other everyday routine changes. For breast-feeding mothers, the ADA also recommended … Continue reading

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Breast-feeding lowers vascular disease

Prior studies have shown that lactation has long-term benefits, such as reduction in midlife metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease, to the mother. A new study demonstrated that women who do not breast-feed are at a greater risk of cardiovascular disease. … Continue reading

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