Henry Ford Hospital Official: Breastfeeding Helps Babies' Developing Digestive SystemChristine Cole Johnson says the new research from Henry Ford Hospital finds that breastfeeding jump starts a baby's digestive system with helpful bacteria.
Snyder Signs Laws Ensuring Right To BreastfeedMichigan now has a law ensuring that women have the right to breastfeed their babies in public.
"The Big Latch On" Looks To Raise Awareness About Benefits Of BreastfeedingNearly 50 mothers gathered in a Kalamazoo park to breastfeed their children in an effort to help eliminate the stigma of nursing in public.
Study: Introducing Solid Foods To Baby Between 4-5 Months Ideal The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends starting solids between 4 and 5 months old.
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TIME Magazine Cover Of Breastfeeding Mom Sparks Intense Debate "Are You Mom Enough" to pose on the cover of TIME magazine, breastfeeding your 3-year-old son as he stands on a chair beside you?
Charlie Langton: How Old Is Too Old To Breastfeed??At what point does breastfeeding become less about the health of the child and more about the needs of the mother? How old it too old to breastfeed? And how do you feel about Time Magazine's breastfeeding cover?
Michigan Will Exempt Nursing Moms From Jury DutyGov. Rick Snyder has approved a bill that will allow breastfeeding mothers to be exempted from jury duty in Michigan.
Bill Would Excuse Nursing Moms From Jury DutyA bill that would give breastfeeding mothers an automatic exemption from jury duty is advancing in the Michigan Legislature.
CDC: Majority Of U.S. Hospitals Don't Fully Support BreastfeedingA new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows missed opportunities for preventing childhood obesity beginning at birth.
SMART Employees Suspended Over Breastfeeding FlapThe SMART bus system has disciplined two employees following controversy over a woman who was breastfeeding her baby on the bus.