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Storing Mother’s Milk and Feeding Baby

Many mothers pump and store their milk so that another caregiver can feed it to their baby in their absence. Figuring out the details of how to store the milk and how to feed it can be daunting. A walk down the aisles of any baby goods or regular store shows a host of storage devices and options. Plastic bags. Plastic bottles. Glass bottles. Sippy cups. What sort of container should a parent choose? How will it effect the milk? How should the pumped milk be stored–where, for how long long, under what conditions? Tune in for evidence-based, need-to-know information that will help you ensure your milk meets your baby’s needs, even when you are apart.

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