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Device Invented in Israel Measures Milk in Breast

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An Israeli invention will allow nursing mothers to measure how much milk her baby drinks at a feeding, and how much milk she has available in her breast.

The device, MilkSense, is the first product to be developed by the Israeli startup Bradley and Luka.

MilkSense uses electromagnetic signals to measure the amount of milk in the breast before and after a feeding.

The Israeli chain store Dr. Baby will begin selling the device as early as next month, with plans to market it around the globe.

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One Response to “Device Invented in Israel Measures Milk in Breast”

  1. Anonymous says:

    One of the (many) good things about nursing as opposed to bottle feeding is that you don't know how much the baby drank. Healthy babies will drink as much as they need. Bottle fed babies are sometimes stopped before they're full or forced to stay awake and keep drinking when they just want to sleep. This invention is good for babies who aren't thriving, in order to see whether they're getting enough milk. But for normal healthy babies who are growing, it'll just make nervous mothers & babies.

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