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Breastfeeding (INACTIVE)

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  • 4-year-old breastfeeds on the cover of Time

    4-year-old breastfeeds on the cover of Time
    When kids want something, they learn early on how to suck up to mom. But come on Time Magazine, this is a little too much! The latest issue of Time shows a mom with her suckling (almost 4-year-old) kid at her teat. The inside article is about a...
  • Time magazine breast-feeding cover casts judgment on moms

    Time magazine breast-feeding cover casts judgment on moms
    Maitland mom Lisa Dunham breast-fed her two oldest children until they were toddlers and plans to do the same with her 13-month-old. Not once did she cause a stir in public. Not even a minor one. No mouths agape or scornful looks. "I never felt...
  • Extended Breastfeeding Controversy Continues

    Extended Breastfeeding Controversy Continues
    A local mother from New Jersey who has two children spoke to us about her two very different experiences with her children -- the older child breast fed until he was 3 years old, and the other stopped breast feeding when he was 5 months old. She got a...
  • Newsweek Cover Declares Obama 'First Gay President'

    Newsweek Cover Declares Obama 'First Gay President'
    Newsweek, which has recently become a conduit for a series of controversies for its cover art choices, drew more attention with the debut of its latest issue, declaring President Obama to be "The First Gay President." The cover, featuring Obama...
  • Newsweek Declares Obama 'The First Gay President'

    Newsweek Declares Obama 'The First Gay President'
    Monday, Newsweek magazine declared president Barack Obama 'the first gay president.' This follows his ABC interview last week when the president said he supports gay marriage. "I think same-sex couples should be able to get married," Mr. Obama said in...
  • Eating seafood is good for you

    When thinking about what to have for dinner, fish is a good choice. Fish is low in saturated fat and can benefit the cardiovascular system when replacing other meat that is higher in saturated fat. Also, omega-3 fatty acids in fish are considered a...
  • 3-Year-Old Girl Drowns in Hot Tub During Birthday Party

    3-Year-Old Girl Drowns in Hot Tub During Birthday Party
    LAGUNA HILLS, Calif. (KTLA) -- A Laguna Hills father has a message for other parents after a tragic accident took the life of his 3-year-old daughter. The girl drowned in a hot tub at a birthday party for an 11-year-old neighbor, even though her mom...
  • Moms Weigh In On 'Latch On NYC' Breast-Feeding Initiative

    Moms Weigh In On 'Latch On NYC' Breast-Feeding Initiative
    Latch on NYC is a citywide initiative to support mothers who choose to breastfeed and limit practices that interfere with that choice. Our Facebook Question of the Day on this topic received over 600 comments. We followed up with Peditrician Laura...
  • Bloomberg promotes breastfeeding, targets formula

    Bloomberg promotes breastfeeding, targets formula
    New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has a new health initiative aimed at getting more women to breast feed their newborns. The goal is to keep hospitals from giving formula to new moms if they are healthy and able to breast feed. Twenty-seven of 40 New York...
  • Local Woman Speaks Out About Attachment Parenting

    Local Woman Speaks Out About Attachment Parenting
    A recent magazine cover stirs controversy over parenting methods. TIME magazine's recent cover story, " Are You Mom Enough? " has people all over the country sounding off about Attachment Parenting. Holly Keich owns Om Pregnancy in Camp Hill, which offers...
  • Controversial contraception mandate goes into effect

    Controversial contraception mandate goes into effect
    A new piece of the controversial Affordable Care Act goes into effect today and it focuses on women's health. The newest provision offers certain services free of charge for the patient, including free forms of birth control. Much of the focus of this...
  • Free Birth Control, Pap Tests Now the Law for Insurers

    Free Birth Control, Pap Tests Now the Law for Insurers
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Starting Wednesday, millions of women will be eligible for new health benefits under President Obama's Affordable Health Care Act. All new health insurance plans in the United States must now provide eight preventive health benefits...