Things We’ve Read: Week of June 9th, 2014

FDA criticized for new advice on eating fish during pregnancy (Boston Globe): Environmental Working Group criticized the FDA’s new dietary recommendation on fish consumption during pregnancy for not being specific enough in identifying fish with rich amounts of brain-boosting omega-3 fats and minimal amounts of mercury.

Premature births impact brain size, maturity, study suggests (Baby Center): New study suggests that being born just a few weeks early may have more impact on brain size and maturity than previously thought.

Facebook Comes Out With Secret ‘Breastfeeding Photo’ Policy (CafeStir): Facebook has finally amended their policy for allowing women to post breastfeeding photos, proclaiming “breastfeeding is natural and beautiful and we’re glad to know that it’s important for mothers to share their experiences with others on Facebook.”

A Baby, Blankets And Imagination Are All You Need To Create Whimsical Nap Time Art (HuffPo): We can’t get enough of these whimsical naptime pictures.

What I Learned on Paternity Leave: I’m Glad to Be Back at Work (NYT): On Dad’s account on being on paternity leave and being the primary care giver.