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.