Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- The New York Times Magazine detailed what a high-risk pregnancy looks like after Dobbs.
- Meanwhile, Romper reported that 80% of pregnancy-related deaths are preventable.
- The Washington Post reported that “there is confusion about what is meant by the phrase ‘growing pains,’ and no consensus about their cause — in fact, growth might not even be involved at all.”
- ParentData talked to social worker and writer Miranda Featherstone about how we can talk to our kids about sex.
- The Washington Post also explained what parents can do when schools ban books.
- NPR reported that after an internal review, the FDA shared more than a dozen factors that contributed to the national baby formula shortage earlier this year.
- Bloomberg noted that while “most American institutions pretend very young children don’t exist, public libraries are one of the few places to put their needs front and center.”
- Culture Study talked to Lina Flanagan, author of Take Back the Game: How Money and Mania Are Ruining Kids’ Sports, and Why It Matters [affiliate link].
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from Slackjaw, with “Bedtime Stories For Tired Moms.”
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