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Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Fortune shared that a new study found that no mother can escape the motherhood penalty at work, even breadwinners.
- Meanwhile, Boston Moms shared a piece by a working mom who declared, “It is our responsibility to talk about being working moms while at work.”
- The Washington Post noted that it’s become difficult to find foods or drinks marketed to kids that are solely sweetened by real sugar.
- NPR reported that the FDA has approved a new antibody drug to prevent RSV in babies.
- Disability Scoop reported that the number of children with developmental disabilities is on the rise — nearly 1 in 11 kids are diagnosed with autism, intellectual disabilities, or developmental delays, according to the CDC.
- Parents talked to experts about the safety of infant swim lessons.
- Vox observed, “Nearly everyone who plays with Barbie f***s her up in one way or another.”
- Romper rounded up 16 no-cook recipes for hot summer days.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “Walled-In; Or, Life in the Bathroom Hiding from My Kids.”
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On Corporette Recently…
- We highlighted great work totes & coats and suits in the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale.
- We shared how to deal with sensory issues at work — including products that can help.
- We looked back at past Corporette posts, including the post-pandemic closet purge and a helpful online productivity tool.
- We talked about quiet firing.
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