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The role of the Registered Nurse or Newborn Care Provider is to feed, soothe, bathe, change & provide all other gentle care to baby through the night.

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Baby Tip of the Day: 2022 Edition!

In the Before Times… Back in February 2020, when we were carefree and mask-free, we had this great idea to bring families all the advice, tips, hacks and evidence-based info we’ve collected over the years. We posted one tip per day on the blog and social media so expecting and new parents didn’t get information […]

COVID19 Safety Recommendations from an Infection Prevention Specialist

COVID19 Safety Recommendations from an Infection Prevention Specialist and Public Health RN, Laura Hegarty-Moore, RN, MPH.  Laura us an LMS alumnus and now works at MarinHealth Medical Center in Greenbrae, CA, working on the frontlines of the pandemic. COVID19 Safety Recommendations Cover your face in public. First, let’s talk about masks-yes, they ARE effective!  Masks, […]

The Truth About Breastfeeding to Sleep

When parents ask Heidi Streufert, RN, CLC if it’s okay to let their baby fall asleep at the breast, she usually responds, “I dare you to try to keep them awake!”  Parents sometimes wonder if they’re creating bad habits by letting baby nurse to sleep. The Truth About Breastfeeding to Sleep tells them not to […]