It seems the American dairy industry recently pulled the famous "Got Milk" campaign from the back of the fridge, took a whiff and tossed the leftovers into the garbage. After almost 20 years, they're getting a new catchphrase: "Milk Life," just like you would a cow. Sure!
This billboard from Ohio's state health department promoting breastfeeding isn't going over well, and not because it implies formula can't satisfy infants. People find the milk on the baby's chin gross — that liquid came from a lady's breast!
A great piece in the new New Yorker explores the history of breastfeeding: the fads and crazes that have controlled centuries of women, and the forces that still have us feeling bad about ourselves.
The street value for 100 ounces of breast milk is $200, according to this chick in Cedar Rapids, IA who has placed an ad in her local paper trying to sell her baby's leftovers. The 22-year-old woman said that her infant daughter doesn't like drinking from a bottle and that she didn't want to waste all the milk that…