Hurricanes, Pregnancy & Breastfeeding-New Resources from MotherToBaby

As parts of our country and surrounding territories grapple with so many challenges hurricanes present, MotherToBaby experts wanted to lend support for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers in the midst of it all. New bilingual resources answering questions about exposures following a natural disaster many mothers may have are now available. Please feel free to share these links and resources with your networks. 

  • “Are You Pregnant (or Breastfeeding) and Affected by a Hurricane?” answers frequently-asked questions surrounding potential hurricane-specific exposures: 

https://mothertobaby.org/baby-blog/are-you-pregnant-or-breastfeeding-and-affected-by-hurricane-harvey/

  • Pregnancy Following a Natural Disaster Fact Sheet

English: https://mothertobaby.org/fact-sheets/natural-disasters/

Spanish: https://mothertobaby.org/es/fact-sheets/desastres-naturales/

  • Breastfeeding Following a Natural Disaster Fact Sheet

English: https://mothertobaby.org/fact-sheets/breastfeeding-natural-disaster/

Spanish: https://mothertobaby.org/es/fact-sheets/la-lactancia-despues-de-desastre-natural/

 

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