As part of their continuing efforts to help transform the culture of breastfeeding, the lactation pod pioneers at Mamava released their list of the ten best airports for breastfeeding moms in the United States. The recent passage of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 features provisions for the Friendly Airports for Mothers (FAM) Act, including a… Continue Reading 10 Best Airports for Breastfeeding Moms in the U.S.
May is a month for celebration. First and foremost – each year it’s the time we celebrate the hard work and dedication child care providers put into growing the next generation. This year, the community has an additional reason to celebrate as May marks the 50th birthday of the Child and Adult Care Food Program… Continue Reading Continuing to Celebrate CACFP
Anisha Ford examines a report that highlights the important role community colleges play in the preparation of future early educators. Determining how to best prepare early educators for their complex jobs remains a challenge. Education and training requirements for early educators differ across states and programs. But something early educator preparation programs have in common… Continue Reading The Role of Community Colleges in Early Educator Preparation
According to Harvard School of Public Health, it is almost never too early to lay the foundation for good health. There is evidence that a child’s early years and even time during pregnancy can have an important impact later in life. Women of childbearing age, pregnant mothers, and new mothers can take steps that could… Continue Reading Give Kids a Healthy Start
CDC and FDA Investigating Outbreak in Several States People usually get sick from Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) 2-8 days (average of 3-4 days) after swallowing the germ. Most of the ill people are young children, and several of them have developed a serious complication from their infection called hemolytic uremic syndrome (a type of… Continue Reading E. coli Infections Linked to Soynut Butter Products