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  • 07/07/16--05:05: Breastfeeding baby
  • Jerusalem Post - Rx for Readers welcomes queries from readers about medical problems. Experts will answer those we find most interesting.

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    Cosmopolitan - There are a ton of reasons why breastfeeding may not actually be best for some women and their kids.

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    People - Natasha Fogarty was devastated to learn she had breast cancer and would have to stop breastfeeding ? just four months after her son was born

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    Parents Magazine - Luckily an online breastfeeding support group has the back of a mama who was viciously attacked for sharing a photo of her toddler "nursing" her doll.

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    People - Get your fix of breaking news and cute photos of celebrity babies, kids, moms and more with the PEOPLE.com Celebrity Baby Blog.

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    ABC News - Natasha Fogarty arranged a photo shoot to memorialize the special moment.

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    Inquisitr - Olivia Wilde is finally opening up about her 2014 controversial breastfeeding photos. In 2014, just a few months after giving birth to her first child, a son

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    Stuff.co.nz - For so many little kids, breastfeeding is just something that mummies do.  

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    Tallahassee Democrat - Prosecutors made good on their intent to file additional charges against a Tallahassee woman facing a life sentence for what investigators call a series of sexualized breastfeeding videos.

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    WMC NBC Memphis - Most new state laws took effect July first. We're following up on a breastfeeding bill that's now law. Mississippi is among the states with the lowest rate of breastfeeding. Now, the question is whether a new law will help change that statistic.

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    Dispatch-Argus - Press release submitted by RaeAnn Tucker-Marshall

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    WUSA CBS Washington DC - Olivia Wilde did not have trouble teaching her son about equality. In a new interview with

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    Entertainment Tonight - You're never too young to believe in equality!

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    People - Get your fix of breaking news and cute photos of celebrity babies, kids, moms and more with the PEOPLE.com Celebrity Baby Blog.

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    Atlanta Journal-Constitution - I'm writing the first draft of this on my phone, typing one-handed while breastfeeding my son in the middle of the night.

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    Huffington Post - Breastfeeding shamers are no match for this dad and his funny, yet, spot-on video. Brock Smith perfectly points out the absurdity of shaming moms for breastfeeding in public in a video that was shared Wednesday by Facebook page Breastfeeding Mama Talk. In the video, the dad attempted to eat his food despite an obvious obstacle. "I wish I didn't have to eat with a blanket over my head," he said on camera. Smith told Breastfeeding Mama Talk that he and his wife are fed up with people who make moms feel as though nursing a child in public is something that should be hidden and deserving of backlash. "For people to be ignorant enough to harass a mother trying to have a normal life while breastfeeding a child just infuriates us," he said. As of Friday morning, his video on Breastfeeding Mama Talk has been viewed more than 122,000 times. Smith initially shared the video on his personal Facebook page and included sarcastic hashtags in the caption like #lactatingnipplesareoffens

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    Daily Mail - An American mother posted pictures of her young daughter, Charlotte, playing at breastfeeding a doll. A stranger commented on the pictures, calling it 'the nastiest s*** of my life'.

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    Self Magazine - After being diagnosed with breast cancer, 29-year-old Natasha Fogarty learned she'd have to stop breastfeeding. So she commemorated the bittersweet moment with an emotional photo shoot.

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  • 07/08/16--17:00: Breast pump start-ups pop up
  • Toledo Blade - NEW YORK ? Ask many mothers and they'll tell you, pumping sucks in more than one sense of the word. "It feels like you are a cow. You are hooked up to a machine ? it's the opposite of breastfeeding," says Nina Emlen, who works full-time in college admissions and pumps milk twice a day for her son, Asher. Women praise the pumps for giving them the freedom to spend time away from their baby. This can mean working, working out, or getting a pedicure. But the complaints are manifold: The machines use harsh plastic parts, they are noisy and cumbersome, and they require a lot of maintenance and cleaning, which challenge bleary-eyed new parents. But a growing number of start-ups wants to make the breast pump more mother-friendly, using soft silicone parts or keeping their noise level down to

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    Opposing Views - A remarkable moment in which a severely injured woman had the presence of mind to breastfeed her child&nb...