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Uvnas Moberg, K., & Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2018). The mystery of D-MER: What hormonal research can tell us about dysphoric milk-ejection reflex. Clinical Lactation, 9(1), 23-29. [click here]

Hale, T.W., Kendall-Tackett, K.A., & Cong, Z. (2018). Domperidone vs metoclopramide: Self-reported side-effects in a large sample of breastfeeding mothers who used these medications to increase their milk supplies. Clinical Lactation, 9(1), 10-17. [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2018). Inflammatory rhetoric aside, is there anything to learn from Fed is Best? Clinical Lactation, 9(1), 6-8. [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2017). Why trauma-informed care should be the standard of care for IBCLCs. Clinical Lactation, 8(4), 150-152. [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2017). The tongue-tie controversy. How shall we then treat? And what is the role of the IBCLC? Clinical Lactation, 8(3), 87-88. [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2017). Should lactation consultants be mean? Let’s bring civility, kindness, and professionalism back into our discourse. Clinical Lactation, 8(2), 45-47. [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2017). Rethinking depression in new mothers: Current research trends and their implications for practice. Clinical Lactation, 8(1), 5-7. [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2016). Can breastfeeding ease the effects of racism and discrimination. Clinical Lactation, 7(4), 129-131.  [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2016). Is breastfeeding only good for babies? Does the mother get anything out of it? Clinical Lactation, 8(3), 89-91. [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A.(2016). The bottle-feeding culture is alive and well: Lessons from stock photo sites. Clinical Lactation, 7(2), 45-47 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A.(2016). The lactivism backlash unwittingly identifies a serious problem for mothers in the United States. Clinical Lactatation, 7(1), 5-6 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2015). Do science like a girl: Breastfeeding and feminist research methods. Clinical Lactation, 6(2), 51-52 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2014). It's not just milk--It's relationship. Recent findings in neuroscience show breastfeeding's effects throughout the lifespan. Clinical Lactation, 5(2), 37-40  [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2013). Six reasons why Mary Fischer hated breastfeeding (and six things I wish we could have said). Clinical Lactation, 4(3), 95-96 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2012). One every 21 seconds: Let's remember what we are fighting for. Clinical Lactation, 3(4), 129-130 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2012). The quiet underground is quiet no more: Extended breastfeeding is officially out of the closet. Clinical Lactation, 3(3), 89-90 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2011). Breastfeeding's "unimpressive" record: 2011 was a bad year for breastfeeding critics. Clinical Lactation, 2(4), 9-10 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2011). Is exclusive breastfeeding worth the effort? Helping mother avoid unnecessary supplementation. Clinical Lactation, 2(2), 9-10 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2011). Empowering mothers: What lactation consultants can learn from successful povery alleviation programs. Clinical Lactation, 2(1), 9-10 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2011). Do recent findings mean that mothers should not take omega-3s? Clinical Lactation, 2(1), 34-36 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2009). Shift happens: How scientific paradigms change and why these shifts should matter to lactation consultants. Clinical Lactation, 1(1), 9 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A.(2009). Breastfeeding the right-brained way. The Attached Family, March 17 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A., & Sugarman, M. (1995). The social consequences of long-term breastfeeding. Journal of Human Lactation, 11, 179-183 [click here]

Sugarman, M., & Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (1995). Weaning ages in a sample of American women who practice extended breastfeeding. Clinical Pediatrics, 34(12), 642-647 [click here]

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