Dom Show Log 7.16.15Dom discussed Rick Santorum and President Obama's thoughts towards Planned Parenthood, Major Garrett's controversial question to President Obama and the Iranian Deal. He also discussed Target becoming breastfeeding friendly, problems with Hillary Clinton and more. Dom spoke with Marwan Kreidie of United Voices of Philadelphia regarding immigration in Philadelphia at 10am and columnist J.D. Mullane spoke with Dom about the latest Planned Parenthood scandal at 11:30am.
Local Hospital To Receive Support In Its Effort To Make Facility More Baby-Friendly A local hospital is getting assistance in its effort to spread the word on the benefits of breastfeeding.
New Report Links Breastfeeding With Lower Risk Of Childhood LeukemiaIt's based on a study from the University of Haifa in Israel which found that breastfeeding for 6 months or more was linked to almost a 20% lower risk of childhood leukemia.
PHL Airport Unveils New Breastfeeding Area: Clean, Private, and EquippedThe station is located in the corridor connecting terminals A and B, beyond the security checkpoints.
New Study Takes A Look At The Benefits Of BreastfeedingA new study takes a good look at the benefits of breastfeeding. It's in the journal Pediatrics, and it looked at 1,500 mothers and followed them and their infants up to six years later.
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia To Operate Breast-Milk Bank"Human milk can be the difference between life and death," says Dr. Diane Spatz, director of lactation at CHOP.
Stigall Show Log 8.6.14Chris talks to Chaka Fattah Jr about his indictment on Fraud Charges at 7:00, Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00, Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg at 8:20, and welcomes in the Piazza Pet of the Week at 8:35.
Health: New Breastfeeding Initiative Changes Some Philadelphia Hospitals' PolicyA group of Philadelphia hospitals, that deliver babies, say they'll no longer give free formula to mothers when they leave area hospitals. 3 On Your Side Stephanie Stahl has the details.
Philadelphia Hospitals Increasingly 'Ban the Bag' To Encourage BreastfeedingAugust is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, and area hospitals are kicking it off with a new initiative.
Baby-Friendly Not So Friendly For Some MomsBaby-friendly programs are meant to encourage new mothers to breastfeed - and there are many good reasons - but it's not for everyone.
Why Breastfeeders Quit75% of all new moms try breastfeeding. Yet, only 13% ultimately maintain breastfeeding for the doctor-recommended 6-months duration. So, what happens?
New Study Says Six Months of Breastfeeding Raises Infant's IQFor years doctors have said that breastfeeding can help prevent childhood obesity, allergies, and infections. Still, only a fraction of women follow breastfeeding guidelines.