We talk about the work that goes into family caregiving with advocates from Wisconsin caregiving groups. Then, we talk with a nutritionist about the current research and how the pandemic has affected breastfeeding.
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How family caregiving affects workforce participation
Almost two-thirds of Wisconsin’s 1.2 million caregivers work a full-time or part-time job in addition to taking care of a loved one. We talk with advocates about the effect of family caregiving on the state’s workforce.
Breastfeeding parents face new challenges
Breastfeeding has been proven to be the best way to provide nutrition to newborns while also helping them grow strong immune systems. But it’s a lot of work and can be a challenge for many mothers. We talk with a nutritionist about the current research and how the pandemic has affected breastfeeding.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Clara Neupert Producer
- Steven Potter Producer
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Lisa Schneider Guest
- Janet Zander Guest
- Beth Olson Guest
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