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Then why not join this study at The University of Western Australia The Hartmann Human Lactation Research Group This research group right here in little old Perth is a very important world renowned research team that has studied many aspects of breastfeeding and discovered many new things about breastmilk, how mothers and babies feed and

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Curtin University, The University of Western Australia and Monash University are conducting a study on mastitis. They are looking for mothers experiencing mastitis to join their study.   Mastitis is an inflammation of the breast that can lead to infection. Mastitis is a common breastfeeding problem, reported to occur in one in six women.  

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Milk Profile We lend BabyWeigh scales to mothers who would like to measure their milk profile by weighing their baby before and after each breastfeed or expression from each breast for a period of 24-26 hours, at home, and collecting a small (<1 mL) milk sample each time their baby is weighed. From these data

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Source: Exclusively breastfed overweight infants are at the same risk of childhood overweight as formula fed overweight infants — van der Willik et al. — Archives of Disease in Childhood

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iLactation. Registration is now open for this great online conference. There are some great speakers on many varied topics regarding breastfeeding. Tired of hearing the same old speakers, here is your chance to hear and see a whole new batch of great speakers and topics.

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Check out this article by Dr Jackie Kent, how lucky we are to have her here on our door step! Her work is fantastic! Breastfeeding trends good news for new mothers | University News : University News : The University of Western Australia.

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Dr Jackie Kent is recruiting for this study she is doing at The University of Western Australia, contact her if you are interested in participanting. We currently measure breastmilk production by asking the mother to weigh her baby before and after all breastfeeds at home for 24 hours. We aim to assess if a preferable

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If you have a history of any allergy (other than egg allergy), are pregnant and would like to contribute to science contact me and I will give more details. This is a study designed to investigate the effect of egg intake of the mother on egg levels in her breastmilk during the first 6 weeks

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Erin Fee is a masters student conducting this study, she is very keen to see any mother with nipple pain METABOLITE PROFILING OF HUMAN MILK IN MOTHERS WITH NIPPLE PAIN Nipple pain is largely responsible for early weaning of infants, whereas exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months is preferred. I’m conducting a study on metabolites present

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Have a look at the flier attached to see the different breastfeeding and lactation studies underway at UWA and if your interested make contact, you will be well looked after and I’m sure find it fascinating. RecruitFlyer_Nov2013

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