When tie surgery fails to help breastfeeding, do mothers tell their stories?
Reflections on the incidence of tongue-tie and a look at the latest from Dr Pamela Douglas
The revival of traditional Spring festival drama in the North of England.
This month respected publications question the credibility of the scientific evidence to recommend tongue-tie revision.
A new study published today raises doubts about whether we can trust clinicians’ perceptions about the benefits and harms of surgical interventions.
Nothing in health care should be above challenge.
Some striking parallels between the promotion of artificial baby milk and of surgical oral procedures.
Winner of Prose Category in The Mother’s Milk Books Writing Prize Anthology 2013