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Mom-Shaming Nursing Ad Needs to Lighten Up

I recently asked an OB-GYN friend for the advice she gives new moms about postnatal nutrition during breastfeeding. "I tell them that they should ideally get in their healthy fruits and vegetables, to stay away from junk, spicy foods and soda blah, blah, blah: all the normal stuff they say they'll do but won't when they've been up for hours and need a donut and coffee to function."

Could Breastfeeding Reduce Risk of Autism?

You may have heard that avoiding eye contact is a sign of autism in infants, and many new moms anxiously await their newborn's gaze in order to rule out concern for it.

The Best and Worst States to Have a Baby

September is one of the most popular months for babies to be born, so if you're one of the many moms-to-be whose due date is approaching, you're probably doing everything you can for baby's arrival. A new study compared the experience of having a baby in all 50 states and D.C.

Photos Prove There's No Deadline for Nursing

Our fave photographer who gets right to the heart—and the honesty—of motherhood is back at it again with another inspiring series.

Photo Highlights Importance of Cross-Nursing

Can this mom do for cross-nursing what the #normalizebreastfeeding movement is doing for women breastfeeding their children in public? It looks like she's on her way.

Mother to a 16-month-old, Jessica Anne Colletti not only feeds her own child, but her friend's boy, too, while his mom works.

Parody Video Pays Tribute to Working Moms

If you are a working mom who needs a laugh today, a new viral video is bound to deliver.

Mom Spoofs Dr. Seuss with Nursing Parody

If we've learned one thing from World Breastfeeding Week, it's that nursing is no way as easy as it looks.

World Breastfeeding Week Hails Working Moms

The world's oldest eating trend is having a moment.

Target Rolls Out Awesome Breastfeeding Policy

If you've ever had to nurse your baby in public, you know the stress that it can sometimes cause. Not only do you have to find a space, but you sometimes have to face rude stares from strangers and, even worse, a business that may or may not appreciate your exposed breast.

SIDS and Day Care: A Fatal Combination

If you're planning to return to work after maternity leave, you may soon find yourself busily preparing for your child's first day of day care.

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