breast feeding

Babies who are fed on demand are more likely to have a higher IQ and perform better at school, according to new research
Like many women, I'm a serial dieter and have yo-yo-ed over the years. But now I'm done with the baby-making, I've got no more excuse to get healthy and lose weight. I'm looking for an eating plan I can adopt for life and keep the weight off.
In case anyone thinks that they can evade the consequences of their cyber-crimes by going on an endless tour of the M25, I'm afraid I've got bad news for you - the High Court decreed this week that writs could now be served via, you guessed-it... Facebook.
Facebook's action puts photographs of breastfeeding in the same category as pornographic pictures. But breastfeeding is not a sexy thing to do. I have also never seen a woman try to sexualise it. They are discreetly feeding their child.
A mother has claimed that her burst Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) breast implant could have caused her young daughter's incurable
According to new research today, babies who are breast-fed cry more, laugh less and generally have ‘more challenging temperaments
Last week I organised a Breastfeed Flash Mob in Brighton. It was on the back of some harassment I received while feeding my four month old baby in public. More than 60 women took part to assert that public feeding is normal and vital for mums. We attracted a minor media storm plus it opened a much needed debate on public breastfeeding for the millisecond of news time.
Imogen Thomas shows off her modelling skills with a wistful gaze to the cameras outside the High Court in London as she continues
A hardy group of mothers staged a breastfeeding flash-mob demonstration in a city centre to declare their right to feed their
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has sparked controversy with his outspoken views on breastfeeding, describing it as "a kind
Breast isn't best - it's an option. Breast feeding is nutrionally better for your baby that formula milk, it's a fact that