Tips & Insights

When we hear or see something interesting related to our sphere, we like to share it. We collect these things here!

Read “The tender mother”

A personal account of the overwhelming struggle with and against the body’s conditions, of breastfeeding anxiety, interwoven with the politics and artefacts of breastfeeding throughout history. The tender mother, a book by Klara Nordin Stensö, is beautiful, sad, humorous and strong!

A thoughtful and articulate account of being a new mother.

Hanna and Linnea (Hanapee and Nea) run the popular podcast Surret. They are both parents of young children and during Nea’s second pregnancy they made a pregnancy special, where they talk about pregnancy, childbirth and the first days of motherhood. About 60 minutes into episode #62, Nea, who has been unable to breastfeed, shares her thoughts on the subject. Nice and thought-provoking!

About small, important taste portions

Food allergies can be prevented in the first six months of life. Read an exciting study from researchers at Karolinska Institutet and the University of Oslo on how early, very small taste portions can make the immune system tolerant. The article was published in The Lancet in summer 2022.

Podcast of the week – Medicinvetarna #64: Can allergies be cured?

Does breastfeeding protect against allergies (no), does the use of antibiotics increase the risk (probably not) and should a dog be kept at home when the baby arrives to reduce the risk of asthma (yes). Exciting insights and answers from Erik Melén, pediatrician and pediatric physician and professor at the Department of Clinical Research and Education, Södersjukhuset at Karolinska Institutet.

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WHO rekommenderar uteslutande amning under de första 6 mÄnaderna. UNNA stödjer detta till fullo liksom fortsatt amning tillsammans med introduktion av en varierad kost enligt rÄd frÄn barnhÀlsovÄrden.

The WHO Code

The WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months. UNNA fully supports this as well as continued breastfeeding along with the introduction of a varied diet as advised by child health services.