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Shweta Tiwari On Breastfeeding In Public: 'I’m Not Doing Anything Wrong; I’m Not Snorting Drugs'

Shweta Tiwari On Breastfeeding In Public: 'I’m Not Doing Anything Wrong; I’m Not Snorting Drugs'

Actress Shweta Tiwari discusses the lack of public breastfeeding facilities for women and states that she isn't bothered about upsetting people by feeding her son in public places.

09 March 2022
Actresses Who Broke Stereotypes By Sharing Their Breastfeeding Pics

Actresses Who Broke Stereotypes By Sharing Their Breastfeeding Pics

Just recently actress Evelyn Sharma shared a breastfeeding picture of hers which went viral all over. On one hand, she was trolled, but she was also praised...

28 January 2022

Evelyn Sharma Slams Netizens After Getting Trolled For Breastfeeding Photos; Says, 'Why Be Shy?'

Actress Evelyn Sharma reacted to the backlash she received after posting a picture of herself breastfeeding on social media. She has slammed the detractors.

Pestered Over Breastfeeding, Mother ‘Kills’ Her Baby In Chhattisgarh

Pestered Over Breastfeeding, Mother ‘Kills’ Her Baby In Chhattisgarh

The police said the mother has been suffering from mental health issues, and she has been detained in Chhattisgarh’s Korba district.

23 September 2021

World Breastfeeding Week, 2021: ‘Most Effective Way To Ensure Child Health’

Breastfeeding is to be continued even if the mother is positive for Covid 19 while taking due precautions of masking and sanitization.

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22 July 2021
Tokyo 2020: Spanish Olympian Complains Of Measures Hurting Nursing Moms

Tokyo 2020: Spanish Olympian Complains Of Measures Hurting Nursing Moms

Family members were not allowed to accompany athletes to Tokyo due to COVID-19 restrictions but the IOC had announced last month that nursing mothers would be...


25 June 2021
Canadian 'Forced To Decide Between A Breastfeeding Mom Or An Olympic Athlete'

Canadian 'Forced To Decide Between A Breastfeeding Mom Or An Olympic Athlete'

Kim Gaucher says COVID-19 rules prevent her from bringing her daughter, Sophie, who was born in March, to the Tokyo Olympics next month


27 March 2021
Some Breastfeeding Myths Debunked

Some Breastfeeding Myths Debunked

Did you know that not breastfeeding a child adds substantially to your carbon footprint?


27 February 2021
Technology And Social Distancing: How Some Anganwadi Workers Coped With The COVID-19 Pandemic

Technology And Social Distancing: How Some Anganwadi Workers Coped With The COVID-19 Pandemic

Five Anganwadi workers explain how they used a mixture of technology and common sense while teaching new mothers the techniques and importance of breastfeeding...


13 August 2020
A Breastfeeding Myth, And Some Superfoods

A Breastfeeding Myth, And Some Superfoods

Increasing your consumption of milk does not help in production of breast milk. Instead, try some of these superfoods


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07 August 2020
Why Breastfeeding Benefits The Planet

Why Breastfeeding Benefits The Planet

As we conclude world breastfeeding week, it is important to remember that children who are exclusively breastfed for the first six months are healthier than...


06 August 2020
The Infinite Environmental Benefits Of Breastfeeding

The Infinite Environmental Benefits Of Breastfeeding

As world breastfeeding week draws to a close, here's a look at how it actually helps our planet


05 August 2020
Pregnant And Hungry? Read This

Pregnant And Hungry? Read This

As World Breastfeeding Week begins, here’s some easy and healthy options to satiate those intense hunger pangs


05 June 2020
Countries Failing To Stop Harmful Marketing Of Breast-Milk Substitutes, Warn WHO And UNICEF

Countries Failing To Stop Harmful Marketing Of Breast-Milk Substitutes, Warn WHO And UNICEF

Agencies encourage women to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic



29 February 2020
Unaware Rural Parents Are Harming Their Children Under Guise of Love and Care

Unaware Rural Parents Are Harming Their Children Under Guise of Love and Care

Two-third of children aged between 6 months to 1 year are consuming biscuits at least once a day in rural Bihar. Unfortunately, most of the available and...


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09 January 2020
Why No National Purpose Can Be Achieved Without The Public, Private And Civil Society Coming Together

Why No National Purpose Can Be Achieved Without The Public, Private And Civil Society Coming Together

The Challenges, Convergence And Solutions To Combat Malnutrition In India


11 December 2019
Sing The Song Of Poshanam

Sing The Song Of Poshanam

The Poshan Movement Gets A New Life As The Vice President of India Launches An Anthem For It



20 August 2019
Why Diversity Is The Challenge For India

Why Diversity Is The Challenge For India

The need of the hour is to make nutrition a springboard for development and not a roadblock.


08 July 2019
Babies To Breast

Babies To Breast

Instead of lecturing mothers about the importance of breastfeeding newborns in the first hour of life, public health campaigns need to counsel families....


30 November 2018
'Forced To Use Trial Rooms, Dirty Toilets': Women Share Experience On Breastfeeding In Open

'Forced To Use Trial Rooms, Dirty Toilets': Women Share Experience On Breastfeeding In Open

Breastfeeding is even more important in a developing country like 1.25 billion-strong India where many cannot afford formula milk and daily-wage earners often...


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