A local mother of two who shared an Instagram that showed her breastfeeding on the toilet is speaking out about the picture that’s received mixed reaction.
There are currently limited options for nursing mothers who are traveling. While the California State Legislature passed a bill to help, the law doesn’t take effect until next year.
A local mother has accused the retailer Anthropologie of breaking the law, when she says a manager did not allow her to breastfeed her baby on sales floor of the store.
A Cal State Long Beach student is sparking controversy over her decision to post a picture of herself online breastfeeding her daughter during her graduation ceremony.
The United States Transportation Security Administration has reached a tentative settlement in the highly publicized lawsuit filed by a mother who was allegedly harassed by TSA officers, authorities announced Tuesday.
A Newport Beach woman got into a controversial exchange with a Delta Airlines customer service representative on Twitter about the mother’s right to breastfeed her baby aboard a plane.
A Torrance mother is fighting back after a Facebook user flagged a picture she posted of her breastfeeding her baby as pornography and nudity.
One of the most famous stretches of road in Los Angeles could soon see an uptick in fender-benders thanks to the debut of a controversial billboard.
The woman who became the world’s most famous breastfeeding mother after being featured on the cover of TIME magazine has done it again.
A new lactation room, where new mothers can have a private, dedicated place to breast-feed or pump milk, was officially opened Tuesday at Los Angeles City Hall.
Time Magazine’s new cover features a picture of Jamie Lynn Grumet, a 26-year-old Southland mom, breastfeeding her child.
‘Are You Mom Enough’ to pose on the cover of TIME, breastfeeding your 3-year-old son as he stands on a chair beside you?
A popular Inland Empire breastfeeding expert and licensed lactation consultant says Facebook has reinstated her account after deleting her pages over a photo of a breastfeeding mother.
New moms and moms-to-be are signing up for a new service that sends free weekly texts on a variety of topics from prenatal care, to breastfeeding, nutrition, labor symptoms and more.
New evidence suggests breast feeding is best even for exhausted mothers. According to new research, breast-feeding moms get just as much sleep as those who use formula and breast-feeding has other benefits as well.