Central California Student Says Professor Told Her Not To Breastfeed During Online ClassA California college student says she was told by her professor she could not breastfeed her baby during an online class, prompting an apology from the instructor after she raised concerns to the school.
Ex-KFC Employee Wins More Than $1.5 Million In Lawsuit Claiming She Was Demoted For Wanting To Pump Breast MilkA jury in New Castle County has ruled that a Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise must pay over $1.5 million to a former employee who said she was demoted because she wanted to pump her breast milk.
California May Require Designated Lactation Rooms In All WorkplacesNew and renovated work buildings will need to include designated lactation rooms for all breastfeeding moms in California if a new bill becomes law.
Milk Bank Events Benefit Vulnerable Infants At Local HospitalsMothers can donate extra containers of frozen milk from the past six months to the milk banks.
New Workplace Lactation Standards Approved, But Room Requirements VetoedNew workplace lactation standards for breastfeeding mothers will become law in California; however, the size of the room and what's required in the room did not get signed into law.
Mind-Altering Breast Milk? New Pot Study Poses That Question Marijuana's main mind-altering ingredient was detected in nursing mothers' breast milk in a small study that comes amid evidence that more U.S. women are using pot during pregnancy and afterward.
Police Officer Breastfeeds Neglected Baby, Photo Goes ViralPolice officer Celeste Ayala was on duty at Sister Maria Ludovica Children’s Hospital in Buenos Aires when the infant was brought in for treatment.
Breastfeeding Mom's Reply Goes Viral After Being Told To 'Cover Up'A Texas mom has gone viral on social media after her clever response to someone telling her to "cover up" while breastfeeding.
Lactation Room Requirements Could Change In CaliforniaNew mothers returning to work in California would have access to a designated lactation room if a bill making its way through the legislature becomes law.
Critics Decry 'Baby Friendly' Breastfeeding MovementThe initiative was developed by the World Health Organization and UNICEF to get more moms to breastfeed, but many moms and even doctors say hospitals need to go back to their old ways.
Study: Women Who Breastfeed Less Likely To Have Breast Cancer Return
Roseville Mom Says Dentist Office Told Her To 'Cover Up' More While BreastfeedingThe mother of three was at the Eureka Dental Group office with her oldest son, Dominic, and 7-month-old Eli. As she began to feed the baby in a back room, Nicole Caraccillo says an assistant told her to stop.
Former Teacher Sues Carmel School District Over BreastfeedingA former California school teacher accuses school officials in a lawsuit of failing to accommodate her breastfeeding schedule.