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No more discomfort for breastfeeding mothers

Rest and more flexibility for breastfeeding mothers.

Two American companies have created a breast milk pump for mothers who breast feed their babies, which are easier to carry and work with batteries.

The new technology will do away with discomfort for the mothers and is design to be placed in clothes without being noticed.

The milk pumps work with rechargeable batteries and, contrary to traditional milk pumps, they are noiseless.

Willow and Freemie Liberty pumps are being exhibited at the CES technology fair in Las Vegas.

The Willow pump is more technology advanced to synchronize itself with an iPhone app so that mothers can keep an account of the milk they produce. The Freemie Liberty does not have this technology, however it is compatible with other apps.

The market price of the milk pumps is between $300 and $479.

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