An unscientific debate over breast milk is spilling into food banks

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An overzealous push for breastfeeding is affecting availability of baby formula in food banks, worsening problems for the poorest people, writes Clare Wilson Health | Comment 27 January 2021 By Clare Wilson WITH many people enduring extreme hardship because of

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My Long Journey to Queer Motherhood

My Long Journey to Queer Motherhood

I was 28 and newly married when I first started talking to my partner, Kellie, about having a child. I had always known I had wanted to be a parent. Kellie had never been sure. We had married each other

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#Bipolar Disorder and #Motherhood – The Good Men Project

#Bipolar Disorder and #Motherhood - The Good Men Project

I didn’t know I had bipolar disorder when I chose to become a mother. I was diagnosed with dysthymia [chronic depression]; although, I knew I likely had, at the very least, cyclothymia [mild form of bipolar disorder]. Once I got the diagnosis

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