A new device developed by a Japanese company aims to make it easier for dads to help out when feeding their baby and putting them to sleep.
The Dentsu Group, which created the wearable breastfeeding device called the “Father’s Nursing Assistant,” noted that it will allow fathers to comfortably nurse their children.
A flight attendant from the Philippines who breastfed a passenger’s hungry baby is touching hearts on social media.
Patrisha Organo, who has been a flight attendant for Philippine Airlines for four years, shared on Facebook that she gave her milk to a hungry infant during a domestic flight after the baby’s mother ran out of baby formula.
Concert pianist and cancer researcher Mei Rui was traveling from Houston to New York with her 2-year-old son and elderly parents when she said she was kicked off a delayed Spirit Airlines flight for breastfeeding her child.
Rui, who was traveling to New York to participate in a recording for a clinical cancer research study, took her son out of his seat and started breastfeeding the toddler to put him to sleep and keep him from crying.
A woman who nursed a hungry baby deer is winning salutations for her act in India.
Michelin-starred Chef Vikas Khanna took the now-viral photograph of the woman from a village in Rajasthan, India’s largest state, where many from the Bishnoi religious sect reside.
A policewoman in central China is touching millions of hearts after nursing a suspect’s hungry baby.
Hao Lina was photographed breastfeeding the 4-month-old baby at the Shanxi Jinzhong Intermediate People’s Court on Sept. 23.