University of North Texas Students have launched a controversial ad campaign to support a mother’s right to breastfeed in public.
There is a major shift happening inside North Texas hospitals. Some medical facilities are closing their nurseries and pacifiers are disappearing from the maternity wards.
An open letter about breastfeeding led to a debate and nurse-in protest outside the offices of one North Texas magazine.
A North Texas mother now counts herself among the Guinness World Record holders. But the category Alicia Richman excelled in is one most folks probably aren’t familiar with.
At mom’s groups across the country and closer to home here in Texas, the topic of conversation has been the controversial TIME Magazine cover, depicting a 26 year old mother standing up breastfeeding her almost 4 year old son, who is standing on a chair to reach his mother’s breast.
Time Magazine’s forthcoming issue focuses on the doctor who –– literally –– wrote the book on the extreme parenting method known as “attachment parenting.” It also features an eye-catching cover featuring a 26-year-old mother breastfeeding her 3-year-old son as he stands atop a chair.
Moms across the nation, including here in North Texas, are taking a stand on Wednesday with a breastfeeding sit-in at area Target stores.
A new Android and iPhone application will let you know if the medicine you are taking is safe for your baby.
Our sister station, CBS 11, did a story this week about a Spanish doll called Bebé Glotón. This doll mimics a breastfeeding baby. Some people suggest it “teaches” a child to breastfeed. Many experts, however, think it teaches children what all pretend play teaches…(more)
There are already dolls that eat, sleep, and need their diapers changed. But now there’s a doll, that some adults say, goes too far. Many baby dolls come with a bottle, but this one breastfeeds.
It’s been one month since the Lactation Resource and Training Center opened near Parkland Hospital in Dallas and administrators say they are able to see some success.