While 92% of adults feel that talking with their loved ones about end-of-life care is important, only 32% have actually done so.Read more
A Tulane University researcher will study the effectiveness of an intervention to address trauma in mothers and their children as part of a four-year grant that will bring the family-focused project to New Orleans area Head Start centers.Read more
Improving family and community health through getting kids cooking,Read more
Managing a reputation as both a good employee and devoted parent can lead to serious consequences for working parents, according to new research from the University of Georgia.Read more
Americans overestimate the future income for children from wealthy and middle-income families, but underestimate that for children from poor ones, finds a new study by New York University sociologists.Read more
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- Tulane researcher to study trauma intervention in mothers and children - July 6, 2019
- Improving family and community health through getting kids cooking - July 5, 2019
- Good parent vs. good employee - June 26, 2019
Focusing on unfamiliar activities in new locations may leave less ‘brain power’ to spend on family closeness, researcher says Credit:Read more
Baby Saybie was born at 23 weeks and weighed only 8.6 ounces at birth. The “micro-preemie” was only given an hour to live. Five months later, the little girl who was born weighing about the size of a large apple🍎Read more
If You Could Learn Every Disease Your Child Could Possibly Develop in Life, Would You?
Adding genomic sequencing results to traditional newborn screening means a baby could potentially test positive for numerous conditions that might not develop within their lifetime. A UNC School of Medicine study proposed a method for how to responsibly determine which types of conditions to include in testing and potentially return to parents.
More than 450 immigrant parents separated from their children when they entered the United States illegally are no longer in the country but their children are, according to a joint court filing on Monday by the federal government and the ACLU.Read more
Anthony Bourdain was never known for subtlety. It was part of his charm. His unabashed opinions gave his fans a no-nonsense guide to travel and cuisine. But he never preached about religion. What made him impose a gag rule on himself?
Bourdain was raised non-religious. Although his mom was Jewish and his father was Catholic, religion was never forced upon him. He would casually mention on his television show that he did not believe in religion.Read more