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She's 15 months old and "yes I am still breastfeeding."
Lighting up can harm your baby.
A new study has found exclusively breastfeeding your baby for at least six months could cut your chances of dying from cancer and all other diseases by 17 percent—and death by heart disease alone by 8 percent.
Black Mothers Breastfeeding Association and Table for Two are two African-American organizations who are promoting breastfeeding in the Black community.
A new study finds that Black mothers with two or more children may be able to avoid an aggressive form of breast cancer by breast-feeding.