To-wen Tseng

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The Happiest Place On Earth

What is the happiest place on Earth?   According to a 2017 United Nations agency report, it’s Norway. According to a 2015 film, it’s the new house you just bought. And according to my 5-year-old, it’s Disneyland. After all, it’s the theme park’s official tagline!   He pleaded to go to “the happiest place on

A California Bill will improve requirements for workplace accommodations in CA!

Current California breastfeeding law requires employers to provide a reasonable amount of break time to employees desiring to express milk for their infant child. Current California breastfeeding law also requires employers to employers to make reasonable efforts to provide the employees with the use of a room or other location, other than a toilet stall, in

Breastfeeding is Public Health Priority

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)’s Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk policy statement opens up with “Breastfeeding and human milk are the normative standards for infant feeding and nutrition. Given the documented short- and long-term medical and neurodevelopment advantages of breastfeeding, infant nutrition should be considered a public health issue and not only

Support for Breastfeeding in Early Education

Have you ever heard about “breastfeeding-friendly childcare?” According to Center of Disease Control (CDC), support for breastfeeding in early care and education is an important strategy. Early care and education can be pre-kindergarten (pre-K), childcare center, in-home care…various types of childcare arrangements. These programs play an important role in supporting breastfeeding mothers and their infants

Breastfeeding Controversies: SDCBC Mini Seminar Highlights

In spite of the backlash against breastfeeding, science continues to prove that breastmilk is the best nutrition for babies. Dr. Susan Crowe (MD, FACOG) discussed the making of breastfeeding controversies at a recent San Diego County Breastfeeding Coalition half-day seminar. How the billion pound formula industry hijacked breastfeeding We’re all familiar of the Nestle’s infant

Why I pump for other’s kids

Breastfeeding moms’ days are long, years are short. Before I knew it, my baby was turning five months old and started to show interests in his big brother’s food. Our pediatrician recommended us to introduce solid food to him, which we did. Before this he’s been exclusively breastfed and with the sucking simulation, my milk

Breastfeeding and Racial Inequality

Helping Mothers of Color Reach Their Breastfeeding Goals Last year I joined a group of healthcare providers and concerned individuals in Southern California to form the Asian Breastfeeding Task Force. We feel it’s clear that there are special and unique cultural and education issues when working with this population and breastfeeding practices. I used to

Moms Beware! Scammers on FB page requesting donated breastmilk are selling it on other pages

Facebook groups for breastfeeding mothers are sending out a warning to its users. Human Milk 4 Human Babies Ohio said it received a large number of complaints from multiple people about a couple from Cleveland, OH requesting breastmilk and then selling it in other places. The page was not set up for selling breastmilk for

SDCBC Members Empower the Coalition to Empower Breastfeeding Moms

SDCBC—the San Diego County Breastfeeding Coalition—is a non-profit association whose mission is to protect, promote and support breastfeeding. With the help from its members, the coalition is able to fulfill its mission through education and outreach in the community. Breastmilk is powerful stuff, but moms determined to breastfeed can face all kinds of challenges. It