Australian Breastfeeding Association
An organization of breastfeeding women and health professionals--such as doctors, lactation consultants and midwives--interested in the promotion and protection of breastfeeding. www.breastfeeding.asn.au
Baby-Friendly Hospitals and Birth Centers in the United States
For a current listing of hospitals and birth centers in the U.S. designated Baby Friendly.
The website of well-known breastfeeding researcher Dr. Suzanne Colson features information and video clips of laid-back breastfeeding and other aspects of the approach she calls “Biological Nurturing.”.
Breastfeeding after Breast Reduction Surgery
A comprehensive site created by two mothers who have had breast reduction surgery themselves, Diana West, IBCLC, and Carol Maranta.
Breastfeeding and the Law
Breastfeeding laws in the United States listed by state.
Breastfeeding Made Simple
Nancy Mohrbacher, IBCLC, FILCA, and Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, Ph.D., IBCLC, authors of Breastfeeding Made Simple, Seven Natural Laws for Nursing Mothers, offer breastfeeding resources for parents and professionals.
Thomas W. Hale, R.Ph, Ph.D., a clinical pharmacologist and professor of pediatrics, is the author of four breastfeeding reference books. This site offers links and information on medication and breastfeeding.
Nancy Mohrbacher, IBCLC, FILCA shares insights on breastfeeding research, offers cultural commentary, and describes the lessons she’s learned from breastfeeding mothers on this site for parents and professionals.
Hand Expression of Breast Milk
See a video demonstrating hand expression from Stanford University.
International Lactation Consultant Association
The International Lactation Consultant Association can help you contact a professional certified lactation consultant anywhere in the world.
This website features the answers to many mothers’ FAQs.
La Leche League International
This is a comprehensive, award-winning site about breastfeeding. Nearly 700 pages of information, in an easy-to-use format. Contains FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions), links to your local LLL Leader/group, information in Spanish, and the Center for Breastfeeding Information, as well as the LLLI catalog. Excellent for both families and professionals.
MOST (Mothers of Super Twins) is an international non-profit support network of families with triplets and more. MOST provides information, resources, empathy and good humor during pregnancy, infancy, toddlerhood and school age.
San Diego County Breastfeeding Coalition
SDCC’s site has a wealth of helpful information.
A group of dedicated families who have developed a first-hand understanding of the needs of children with cleft lip, cleft palate and craniofacial deformities. Breastfeeding information available for parents of babies affected with clefts.
Swedish Nursing Mothers' Support Group
The Swedish Nursing Mothers Support Group supplies counseling and support to parents-to-be and new parents that want to breastfeed their children. They spread knowledge and information about breastfeeding and work for a living breastfeeding culture in Sweden and other countries. Their site is mainly written in Swedish.
The Adoptive Breastfeeding Resource Website
A font of practical information on adoptive breastfeeding, by Naomi B. Duane. www.fourfriends.com/abrw