Living Right: Rocking Chair Breast Pump
In countries with very few resources, it is often the youngest ones who suffer the most.
Nowhere is that more evident than the neonatal unit in Malawi, Africa, where nearly 20 percent of babies are born prematurely.
Katie Boomgaard introduces us to one undergrad who came up with a unique solution for breastfeeding mothers in this week’s Living Right.
A typical electric breast pump that can be shared in a U.S. hospital can cost more than $1,600.
Sherman says she is designing her pump to cost no more than $400.