Parents and caregivers of infants are scrambling to find baby formula during the nationwide shortage. There is a lot at play here, including supply chain issues, exacerbated by the closure […]
State lawmakers’ renewed push for breastfeeding protections at w...
The US Department of Health and Human Services recognizes August as national breastfeeding month. As the month comes to a close, a bipartisan bill in the state legislature aims to […]
Breastfeeding as a spectrum of forms and identities
Jan talks with Kristin J. Wilson, anthropologist and sociologist at Cabrillo College, about her most recent book, “Other’s Milk” — a study of breastfeeding in all its variations, a spectrum […]