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  • 2015 Teaching Baby Behavior Conference: Space in our 2015 Teaching Baby Behavior: A Train-the-Trainer Conference for Professionals is limited. For more information and to access the registration form, click here!

  • 7 Secrets of Baby Behavior Tearsheets have a brand new look! They have the same great content with a new and modern design. To see a sample, visit our Products page.

  • The Secrets of Baby Behavior Booklet is now available as an E-book! Vist and search "Secrets of Baby Behavior" or click here.

  • The California Baby Behavior Campaign is in full swing!
    All WIC agencies in California have received new Baby Behavior trainings and materials to promote postive caregiver-infant interactions! For more information about the campaign, click here.

  • The materials from the FITWIC Baby Behavior Study are now available online! The materials produced as part of the FitWIC Baby Behavior Study are now available on the WIC Sharing Center website. The materials are free to download and are not restricted to WIC agencies or employees. To access the materials directly, visit

Breastfeeding News

  • September 2014: Breastfeeding may be linked to post-pregnancy weight Full Story
  • August 2014: Breastfeeding rights under the ACA Full Story
  • November 2013: Breastfeeding may reduce Alzheimer's risk Full Story

Human Lactation Center Resources

  • Secrets of Baby Behavior Blog
    It's time to use a little common sense and readjust our thinking. We can learn a lot from babies and the wonderful research that has been done about them over the last 30 years. In this blog, you'll hear from moms who have been in the trenches (and in the classroom), who understand what you are going through and what your baby is trying to tell you. We look forward to sharing our knowledge and experience with you and we hope that you'll share your ideas and questions with us.
  • The Human Lactation Center is now on Facebook! Become a Fan

Current Research

For information about our current studies, as well as completed studies, visit our Research page.