How Do You Pump? 8 Habits of Breastfeeding Moms

August 18, 2015

Every year, we survey over 1,000 moms about their breastfeeding habits, practices, beliefs and goals. It’s a great way for us to learn how to better serve Medela families through our innovative products, while also providing the knowledge, support and inspiration that all breastfeeding families need. Whether you’re currently breastfeeding, thinking about breastfeeding, or already… Read More

Medela Recycles Ambassador Spotlight: Jessica McFadden

August 11, 2015

Medela Recycles Ambassador Jessica McFadden shared with us how parents can support each other, as well as the community, through Medela Recycles. Her passion for giving back is contagious – read on to learn what inspires Jessica to help moms in need and why she’s supporting the Medela Recycles movement. We are so grateful for… Read More

Brianne Manz on Medela Recycles

April 14, 2015

Breastfeeding is a unique gift that all mothers should have the opportunity to experience, and especially because breastmilk is like medicine to premature babies, it’s important to support NICU moms and ensure their pumping success. Medela Recycles April Ambassador Brianne Manz sat down with us to share how her own breastfeeding journey led to her… Read More

Kileen Valenzuela: Supporting Moms through Medela Recycles

March 12, 2015

Breastfeeding is one of the most wonderful yet challenging experiences of being a new mother. Medela Recycles Ambassador Kileen Valenzuela sat down with us to share how becoming a mother changed her, and how all moms can support one another through Medela Recycles. We are so grateful for your support of Medela Recycles. What inspired… Read More

Breastfeeding in the US: The CDC’s 2014 Data (Infographic)

February 24, 2015

How did your state rank in breastfeeding this past year? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention compiled the breastfeeding rates and other information from around the U.S. and issued its Breastfeeding Report Card for 2014. We summarized this in the infographics below. What surprised you most about this data?