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Dunklau Gardens

Dunklau Gardens is more beautiful, comfortable, and better equipped to care for you than ever before. Short-term rehabilitation patients and long-term care residents can enjoy a completely new environment and greater privacy with the benefits of state-of-the-art technology.

Schedule a tour to see the all-new Dunklau Gardens — call 402-727-3795.

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Megan Giesselmann says the moment she found out she was pregnant, she knew she wanted to breastfeed.

"I just knew that it was the best for the baby and I knew it was the best for me," Giesselmann said.

She was right.

Nothing comes close to breast milk. Mom's milk has just the perfect amounts of sugars and carbohydrates and fats and you just can't make that up with science. Pediatric Partner Nurse Practitioner Diane Pelan-Johnson says the formula companies do their best to try and mimic it but they still have not been able to come close.

The good news is more mothers are making an attempt to breastfeed. The bad news is many are giving up if they don't have success right away.

"It does take work," she said. "Oftentimes it can be a rough start. I always tell moms we will get to that point where you've envisioned, just being able to sit down and put baby to breast but it definitely is a little footwork in the beginning."