BLACK MOTHERS BREASTFEEDING ASSOCIATION IS HOSTING THE VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE: BIRTH AND BREASTFEEDING CONFERENCE

MEDIA CONTACTS Gatini Tinsley 313-398-5799 gatinimichelle@gmail.com   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 5, 2020 Now in its 12th year, Black Mothers Breastfeeding Association (BMBFA) will celebrate its second annual conference, previously known as The Motown Experience, with 170 registrants and four days of experts. Exciting keynote addresses, informative forums and opportunities to network with professionals who …

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Keep Parents and Newborns Together in Critical Hours after Birth

  Birth Detroit and Black Mothers Breastfeeding Association (BMBFA) believe that parents and newborns should not be separated and the risk of COVID-19 infection should be minimized in ways that support bonding and attachment. Despite recent guidance from national and international public health organizations, some Metro Detroit hospitals are separating people who test positive for …

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BREASTFEEDING & PREGNANCY IN THE TIME OF THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC*

March 20, 2020 To date, the coronavirus has not been detected in breast milk. However, we do not know whether mothers with COVID-19 can transmit the virus via breast milk.   BREASTFEEDING WITH NO KNOWN EXPOSURE TO CORONAVIRUS  (COVID-19) Continue breastfeeding as usual    BREASTFEEDING WITH KNOWN EXPOSURE TO CORONAVIRUS  (COVID-19) Breastfeed as usual and contact …

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