Best and Worst Places to Be a Mother (Infographic)
Where's the best place in the world to be a mom? According to the 13th annual Mothers Report by Save the Children, Norway ranks highest across the globe for health, education, economic conditions and well-being of moms and their kids. Iceland comes in second, and Sweden rounds out the top three. The worst-ranked nation was Niger, followed by Afghanistan and Yemen.
BREAKING NEWS: The Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act. On the breastfeeding front, this means that the following provisions will continue to be fully implemented: "Break Time for Nursing Mothers" law; the Women's Preventive Services coverage for BFing support, supplies, and counseling; the Community Transformation Grant projects happening around the country; and more!