Please find below recent publications from the Hartmann Human Lactation Research Group or search keywords to find the relevant publication.
Relationships between Breastfeeding Patterns and Maternal and Infant Body Composition over the First 12 Months of Lactation
Nutrients 10, 45: 1-26 (2018) | External Link
Characterisation of sucking dynamics of breastfeeding preterm infants: a cross sectional study
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 17: 386 (2017) | Download
Changes in Fatty Acid Composition of Human Milk in Response to Cold-Like Symptoms in the Lactating Mother and Infant
Nutrients 9: 1034 (2017) | Download | External Link
Immune Components in Human Milk are Associated with Early Infant Immunological Health Outcomes: A Prospective Three-Country Analysis.
Nutrients 9(6): 532 (2017) | External Link
The relationship of human milk leptin and macronutrients with gastric emptying in term breastfed infants
Pediatric Research DOI:10.1038/pr.2017.79: (2017) | External Link
Associations Between Maternal Body Composition and Appetite Hormones and Macronutrients in Human Milk
Nutrients 9, 252: (2017) | Download
A retrospective audit of bacterial culture results of donated human milk in Perth, Western Australia.
Early Human Development. 105: 1-6 (2017) | External Link
Effect of human milk appetite hormones, macronutrients and infant characteristics on gastric emptying and breastfeeding behaviour of term fully breastfed infants.
Nutrients 9,15: (2016) | Download
Milk ejection patterns remain consistent during the first and second lactations
American Journal of Human Biology 10.1002.22960: (2017) | External Link
Longitudinal study of pesticide residue levels in human milk from Western Australia during 12 months of lactation: Exposure assessment for infants.
Scientific Reports doi:10.1038/srep38355: (2016) | Download