Drug and alcohol misuse are a serious problem both nationally and in Lane County. Alcohol is the most commonly abused drug among youth in the United States. People who start drinking before age 15 are 5x more likely to develop abuse or dependence later in life than those who start after age 21. Between 2008-2010 […]
After your baby is born: Breastfeed your baby if possible–breastfeeding is best for your baby Keep your home smoke-free Spend time holding, loving and cuddling your baby Check to be sure your baby’s car seat is properly secured in the back seat Keep all your well-baby checkups For more information, check out these resources and talk with your healthcare […]
On this page: About | For employees | For employers | For assistance About Breastfeeding-Friendly Workplace Lane County Public Health (LCPH) in conjunction with the Breastfeeding Coalition of Lane County (BFCLC), WIC, and Health Babies, Healthy Communities (HBHC) recognizes the importance of breastfeeding in reducing chronic disease and increasing the health of our community. Unfortunately, […]
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Dar pecho…la unión más dulce [Página en íngles | Go to English] Bienvenidos a Breastfeedinglane.org, el sitio de web del programa de WIC de dar pecho en Lane County. Probablemente, usted ya escuchó algo que le gustó sobre amamantar y está buscando más infomación. Este sitio de web está hecho para servirle a usted. Aquí […]
Your Newborn (first few weeks) Hanging out with Baby…..psst have you heard? Babies love being held skin to skin. Holding your newborn skin to skin helps your baby feel safe and calm. What an easy way to get breastfeeding off to a great start. Sit back and relax with baby between your breasts. No clothes […]
Getting information from the web, books and handouts can be very helpful. However, visiting with someone in person, can often times be even more useful. Whether you’re looking to get information, help, or ongoing support, our community has many options. Just click on the plus sign to see the resources below the bar.
There are many ways to breastfeed and helping you find what works for you & baby is our goal. You’ll know that breastfeeding if off to a great start when all of the following three things are happening: You’re comfortable Baby is comfortable Breastmilk is freely flowing from breast to baby Getting Comfortable Find a […]