Your favorite piece of bling is now giving way to motherhood.
Jennifer Mulford is taking a little time off work to focus on maintaining the nurturing bond she shares with her boyfriend—a bond fueled by breast milk.
Because no laws exist regarding the sale of human breast milk, it's technically not illegal but largely unregulated. We spoke to people who sell their breast milk online about why and how they sell their excess lactation.
Young mother told she put her baby in harm's way by getting a tattoo, despite getting HIV and hepatitis tests that came back negative.
The UK election is getting a little heated.
After one woman was shamed for breast-feeding in the Beverly Hills Anthropologie, a group of moms staged a "nurse-in" at the store. But the real action isn't taking place in a trendy clothing store—it's happening on the internet.
This week in Lady Business, Sarah Ratchford discusses the Supreme Court denying women who want to control their own bodies access to contraception, and a man who blathered for 11,000 words in anger at a young woman's literary success.