Breastfeeding

For many women, one of the most fulfilling, memorable and rewarding moments they’ve ever experienced is giving birth to a child. But, there’s a lot – some…

For many working moms, returning to work after maternity leave not only brings challenges regarding finding adequate childcare for their little one, it can also…

You might think you know it all when it comes to breastfeeding, but most of what you’ve read or heard are myths.  Listen to the audio player to hear Jasmine Sanders  clear up 10 breastfeeding myths that never seem to go away! Get “The D.L. Hughley Show” Delivered To You! RELATED: 6 Ways For New Moms To […]

Black moms united to support increased awareness for breastfeeding as part of Black Breastfeeding Week. Did you even know it was Black Breastfeeding Week? Many…

This is horrific…jut absolutely heart breaking. According to DDW, a South Carolina woman will be spending the next twenty years thinking about her mistakes in…

01/14/14- Jacque Reid goes “Inside Her Story” with Kimberly Seals Allers, journalist and breastfeeding commentator, about the breastfeeding rights many women don’t recognize they are entitled to. For iPhone users:

Pope Francis loves the kids too. The Guardian reports during a baptism service for 32 babies this past Sunday in Rome, Italy, Pope Francis got a lot of mothers on his side. He told the crowd, “Today the choir will sing but the most beautiful choir of all is the choir of the infants who […]

Laura Trickle is in quite a pickle! The Missouri mom, who has a breastfeeding seven-month old baby boy, Axel Graham, is in hot water with the…

Attention black moms and breastfeeding advocates! In recognition of Black Breastfeeding Week, we’re featuring an inspiring and quite funny video that puts breastfeeding in a positive light. Created by hip hop artist, R.S., the video “Poppin’ Bottles All Night” features a breast pump, baby cousin Yazzy, a yorkie, and a poodle all “popping baby bottles […]

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more women are breastfeeding than ever before, including more black women, but there is still a significant lag in black mothers who breastfeed. Nearly 60 percent of black American women breastfeed their children, but that compares to 75 percent for white women and 80 percent […]

Jacque Reid goes “Inside Her Story” with Kimberly Seals Allers about the lack of breastfeeding among black women and her movement to overturn the “first food desert” that leaves many mothers unable or uncomfortable to breastfeed.