See What’s New at The Lactation Connection

By , August 29th, 2014 | The Lactation Connection | 0 Comments

See What's New at The Lactation Connection Just in time for football season! The Lactation Connection has a selection of “Game On” football onesies by Rockin’ AB Designs for your little sports fan.

The Lactation Connection is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is located in The Shops at Renown at Renown Regional Medical Center.
Private lactation consultations are also offered with our board-certified lactation consultants. Call 982-5210 or visit to make an appointment.

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How to Pick up Mom Friends

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How to Pick up Mom FriendsWe just had to share this funny story on meeting “mom friends” featured in the Huffington Post.  At our weekly Breastfeeding Forums, we are so thankful of the relationships we’ve made – with you – our “mom friends.”




We met at a park. We exchanged glances, checked each other out a little bit, moved closer to each other, exchanged some pleasantries and witty banter, and eventually our phone numbers. We began some casual texting, and later admitted to running quick Internet searches on each other. We perused each other’s Facebook profiles. Oh man, I liked this one. I really really liked this one. Eventually, we went out. Nothing …

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Backpack Safety

By , August 28th, 2014 | Events, Safety, Teens | 0 Comments

Backpack Safety Chelsea Wicks, MD, Renown Medical Group Pediatrics

Now that school is back in session, you probably have a good grasp of just how much your child has to carry back and forth between school and home each day. Books, papers, supplies, lunch and many older kids are also carrying laptops or tablets – it’s a lot of extra weight.

Here are a few tips to help minimize risk of neck, shoulder and back pain for your child:

• Choose a lightweight backpack to reduce unnecessary weight.
• Look for thick straps that can help distribute the weight on the shoulders and prevent pinching that could lead to nerve damage.
• Consider a backpack with …

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