A N.J. mother was shocked when she found out a breastfeeding help video she participated in ended up on numerous pornography websites. She is now suing the Iowa-based producer of the educational video.
A Seattle mother was temporarily banned from Facebook after she posted a photo of her 5-year-old daughter pretending to breastfeed her 2-year-old sister. Lauren Ferrari is outraged at the decision to ban her, saying the photo was "completely innocent."
It's a move that's delighted some and horrified others: Kraft Foods inadvertently released an ad showing a baby suckling at a partially exposed breast and looking intently at the Oreo cookie in his hand.
The recent release of a new baby doll that encourages young children to simulate the act of breast-feeding has stirred a controversy across the U.S. and has some adults branding the manufacturers as perverts and pedophiles.
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A restaurant in central London's Covent Garden district is selling ice cream on its menu made from human breast milk. The milk, donated by 35-year-old Victoria Hiley, is churned and served as ice cream with a wafer.
Kathryn Blundell, a woman who works for the parenting magazine Mother & Baby, recently wrote an article in which she says breastfeeding is creepy. The article goes on to call breasts "fun bags" and a lot of people are unhappy about both statements.
Breastfeeding moms will be given more support by the city of Toronto. Moms have said that being comfortable feeding their young in public is one way to keep their tots on the breast for the first six months.
Multinational companies in Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, China and several other countries in the region, sell baby formula, aggressively, to the point of breaking the law, an Associated Press investigation reveals.
It was the breast of times; it was the worst of times for a woman in Ann Arbor, Michigan two years ago, and again for her kindred spirited woman with babe in arms in Nottingham, England, nearly two weeks ago.