April breastfeeding media wrap-up Part 2

At the HelpMe Feed Foundation, we're using the latest technology to help more breastfeeding mothers feel supported.

Staying up to date with all the developments in the world of breastfeeding is vital, which is why we've compiled the most interesting stories into a biweekly newsletter.

Every two weeks we compile the latest news, innovations and research in breastfeeding.

Jane Johnson, photographed by Brian Pride.  Read more here.

Jane Johnson, photographed by Brian Pride. Read more here.

News

Military moms improve breastfeeding conditions |DVIDS|

What is breastfeeding dysphoria? One mother’s story |Yahoo|

What US moms need to know about breastfeeding discrimination |She Knows|

Mom's breastfeeding photo shoot empowers black mothers |Yahoo|

Research & Innovations

Children’s Physicians support breastfeeding mothers with virtual lactation visits |Momaha|

How public health work can extend pediatricians’ reach |AAP News & Journals|

Baby holders in Japanese bathrooms.  Read more here.

Baby holders in Japanese bathrooms. Read more here.

Mothers taking medication are often advised not to breastfeed - this article discusses why that advice may not be so cut and dry |The Conversation|

New Japanese contraption installed in public bathrooms holds your baby |Lifehacker| No more trying to cram your stroller into the room with you!

What’s trending?

Australian actress Claire Holt opens up about breastfeeding struggles in viral instagram post |Honey|

Mom gets ticket from NY police for breastfeeding in parked car |BR Proud|

Inflatable breasts cause a stir in London.  Read more here.

Inflatable breasts cause a stir in London. Read more here.

Chrissy Teigen shows just how important breast milk is to their family |Times of India|

Breastfeeding mom turned away from Arian Grande concert for carrying breast pump |Ticket News|

Tech company Elvie (the ones behind new silent, wearable breast pump) cause a stir in London by decorating the city with giant inflatable breasts.

This marketing stunt was part of Elvie’s #FreetheFeed campaign, sparking discussion about the stigma women still face when they breastfeed in public. |Motherly|

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