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The COVID-19 virus likely cannot infect breast milk, so breastfeeding is probably not risky. Now, researchers are studying possible vaccine side effects in breastfeeding women.

Mothers pass SARS antibodies to babies in milk

TRINITY WILLSEY, Evergreen reporter February 25, 2021

Breastfeeding mothers who have COVID-19 are unlikely to give their infants the virus, discovered researchers from WSU, the University of Idaho and other universities nationwide. The research team began...

Jackie Eveland, mother and owner of Building Blocks Child Care, said her daughter is thriving with online learning, but understands how younger children struggle.

Two mothers view schools reopening with mixed emotions

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen managing editor December 3, 2020

As fall 2020 wraps up for Pullman Public Schools, two mothers and local business owners reflect on managing their careers and their children’s distance learning during the pandemic.  As someone...

Study finds depression in rural mothers affects the whole family

Study finds depression in rural mothers affects the whole family

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor March 30, 2020

A 30-year-long study led by a WSU researcher found low-income mothers in rural areas who face depression are more likely to experience other health problems, as well as distrust their doctors. Yoshie...

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