New addition to the CEM faculty, Katie Hinde was featured in a recent article written by Angela Garbes and published in the magazine, The Stranger. She says "people tend to underestimate what milk is." Researchers like Katie are now finding more complexities about breast milk."Milk is so incredibly dynamic," says Hinde. "There are hormones in breast milk, and they reflect the hormones in the mother's circulation. The ones that help facilitate sleep or waking up are present in your milk. And day milk is going to have a completely different hormonal milieu than night milk." Read about it here!