Journal of Breastfeeding Biology

Aims And Scope


The Journal of Breastfeeding Biology (JBFB) is an open access peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the advancement of the scientific study of breastfeeding. It offers a unique platform for the publication of research, reviews and reports related to breastfeeding and the many aspects of breastfeeding biology. The journal provides a comprehensive view of the latest advances in the field, including research on the physiology, pathophysiology, nutrition and protective aspects of breastfeeding. It is a valuable resource for researchers, health professionals, and policy makers working in the field of breastfeeding and women’s health.


JBFB provides an essential platform for sharing knowledge and experience on breastfeeding and related topics, as well as a valuable insight into the current state of the science. The journal welcomes contributions from a broad range of fields and disciplines, including anatomy, physiology, paediatrics, endocrinology, psychology, nutrition, epidemiology, public health, medicine, physiology of breastfeeding, nutrition and immunology of breast milk, protection and promotion of breastfeeding, breastfeeding research and policy, effects of breastfeeding on women’s health and well-being, effects of breastfeeding on infant development and health, and global perspectives on breastfeeding and women’s health, tradition and culture. It is committed to promoting breastfeeding research, policy, and practice worldwide.


The journal is committed to publishing high-quality and timely research from a range of disciplines and perspectives. It accepts original research, policy and practice documents, reviews, letters, and editorials that are of scientific merit and relevance to the field of breastfeeding. It also encourages experts in the field to engage in productive debates and dialogue that advance the understanding and practice of breastfeeding.


JBFB is guided by a distinguished team of international experts in the field, providing an overview of the latest developments in breastfeeding science and practice. 


Contributions from the following research areas are invited but not limited to the following branches –


  • Bmi
  • Breast milk storage
  • Mastitis
  • Sociological influences upon breastfeeding
  • Mother
  • Nutrition
  • Physiology
  • Stress
  • Breastfeeding benefits
  • Milk synthesis
  • Breastfeeding
  • Family medicine
  • Candida albicans
  • Nursing
  • Public health
  • Self-efficacy
  • Prenatal breastfeeding intentions
  • Breastfeeding: immune system & antibodies
  • Supplements
  • Immunology
  • Infant
  • Absorption
  • Clinical trials
  • Domperidone
  • Lactation
  • Breast milk
  • Ehealth
  • Midwifery
  • Pumping
  • Home birth
  • Adverse effects
  • Caesarean section
  • Mhealth
  • Frenotomy
  • Tongue-tie
  • Galactagogues
  • Internal mammary artery
  • Human milk
  • Glandular tissue
  • Maternal health
  • Exclusive breastfeeding
  • Milk production
  • Maternal child health
  • Postnatal care
  • Birth weight
  • Socio-economic status
  • Increase milk production
  • Infant feeding
  • Solid foods
  • Parental stress
  • Postnatal period
  • Preterm infants
  • Nutrition and fitness
  • Deep breast pain
  • Refugee women
  • Partner support
  • Postpartum weight
  • Breastfeeding, duration
  • Maternal immunity
  • Neonatal nutrition
  • Mother’s health
  • Maternity protection
  • Breastfeeding cessation
  • Milk ejection
  • Breastfeeding behavior
  • Neonatal immunity
  • Breast ailments
  • Prelacteal feeding
  • Lactate woman


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