New research highlights an issue that many women already know too well.
"Fell asleep with my breast pump on and I think I'm in a different dimension now."
Troian Bellisario has a love-hate relationship with breastfeeding.
Every August, in celebration of World Breastfeeding Week, my social media feed is flooded with breastfeeding praise and celebrations.
Moms rave about the transformative impact of surgery. But experts say more research on the frenotomy option is needed.
Perhaps I was too quick to believe all the doctors who said that my breast lump was just a clogged duct.
More French women are turning to each other for guidance as they explore the option of pumping milk.
Lactation consultant Johanna Sargeant shared a simple trick for pumping moms.
"I've always wanted to be mom shamed," the comedian and new mom joked.
The comedian is very open about her messy reality as a new mother.
These breastfeeding wedding moments are simply beautiful.
"I was going to break," the "Younger" star wrote in an Instagram post.
The pic shows her in costume and reflects her "actual life on set."
These images perfectly capture moms in the moment.
An ex-worker argued that her employer made it so difficult to pump at work that her milk supply dried up.
Human breast milk contains a 1-2 ratio of fat to carbohydrates, suggesting some people may still be chasing the feeling it gave them.
It's 2019. So why do so many American women lack basic accommodations for breastfeeding?
State Rep. Ponka-We Victors, who proposed the change, stressed the need for "a comfortable environment for a mother who is breastfeeding her baby."
When is it OK to stop breastfeeding? Whenever you need to.