How long after you pump should you dump? That’s a question many mothers ask to ensure their breast milk is as fresh as possible for their baby. Lactation consultants from Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children say most breast milk will keep for five to seven days in the refrigerator. As a general rule of thumb, breast milk will stay fresh for the following times when stored: At room temperature (60-85 degrees): 3-4 hours In the typical home freezer (approximately 32 degrees): 3-6 months In a deep freezer (-4 degrees): Up to 12 months
Brain Injury Awareness Month: What You Need to Know
Brain injuries can have devastating consequences that linger long after initial treatment in the emergency department. The impact of a brain injury can last for life, but proper management and support can improve outcomes.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Training Ground Insider: Jordan Serrano
Jordan Serrano-Dennis works as the Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Atlanta United first team at the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Training Ground. Originally from Loxahatchee, Florida, he attended Florida State University where he earned his undergraduate degree in Athletic Training. He then
What Are the Signs of an Eating Disorder?
Eating disorders involve extreme and dangerous eating habits, including binge eating, purging, and drastic reductions in food intake. Sometimes, eating disorders are severe enough to require emergency care and hospitalization. It can be difficult for family members to detect the signs of an eating disorder because it isn't unusual for patients to try to hide these behaviors.
Mayo Clinic Minute: A doctor's advice about naps
Springing forward on the clock to daylight saving time can [...]