Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
Coronavirus News & Resources
- On Wednesday, we asked readers whether coronavirus has affected their families and provided some helpful links.
- The New York Times told the stories of two young women in Wuhan, a doctor and a nurse, who contracted the virus.
- Harvard Business Review gave tips on how to avoid shaking hands.
- ProPublica pointed out that some hand sanitizers won’t work against coronavirus.
- Scary Mommy highlighted a teacher’s experiment that shows the value of hand-washing.
- The New York Times talked to experts about what pregnant women should do about coronavirus.
- BuzzFeed News looked at how millennials are talking to their boomer parents about the virus.
- Honestly Modern rounded up some family activities you can do at home.
In Other News…
- Allure shared news of the first Hermès beauty launch.
- The Washington Post listed 10 ways to honor the work of motherhood during Women’s History Month.
- Working Mother published the National Association for Female Executives’ list of the Top 70 Companies for Executive Women.
- Vox’s The Goods delved into the world of baby sleep consulting.
- A writer for The Week wondered, “Are my favorite childhood books teaching bad things to my kids?”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We asked readers if their jobs have been affected by coronavirus.
- We shared tips on how to cut down on printing at home.
- We took a look back in Corporette history.
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