Joe Biden's Understanding of Parent-Teacher Conferences Is, Um, Interesting

Right now, former Vice President Joe Biden has a very strong lead in national polls among Black voters, and is holding on tight to his front-runner status before the Democratic presidential primaries begin. I am not here to sway anyone one way or another on that front, I assure you. I am merely here to give you a parenting perspective […]

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This is what it really takes to become a brand ambassador

We are in the age of information overload, thanks to the overwhelming number of media outlets that we have access to in a free market today. That means it doesn’t take much to spread the word about a positive experience about a product, person, or company, especially if you’re the kind of person that a large number of people generally […]

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Trans teen who began transitioning at four is having gender reassignment surgery

16-year-old Trinity Neal, from Delaware, U.S, knew that she was living in the wrong body before she had even started primary school. Born male, Trinty would dress up in her mum’s clothes and adamantly express that she was a girl. Trinity was then taken to a specialist child therapist who confirmed that she had body dysphoria, but by then Trinity’s […]

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Is ivermectin safe during pregnancy?

Is it safe to give ivermectin to pregnant women? In order to answer this question, researchers from the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), an institution supported by “la Caixa,” conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of studies that reported cases of accidental exposure to the drug among pregnant women. The conclusion of the analysis, published in The Lancet Global […]

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Is timing everything for SIDS risk?

(HealthDay)—New research suggests that a baby’s age may offer clues to sudden unexplained infant death (SUID)—formerly known as SIDS. The study identified two unique groups of babies who died from SUID—one who died within a week of birth, and another who died later on. “SUID is a term that encompasses SIDS, unknown causes of death and accidental suffocation in bed.” […]

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Beyonce Admits Being a Working Mom Is the ‘Most Stressful Thing’

Beyoncé isn’t sugarcoating anything in a new a rare interview, especially in regards to motherhood. The acclaimed songstress admitted that she often finds it difficult to balance her career and her personal life as a mother of three. “I think the most stressful thing for me is balancing work and life,” the Grammy winner, 38, told Elle for its January […]

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Tendency to correlate uptick in suicides and social media is not backed by data

Are smartphones and screen media behind the rise in adolescent suicide and dysphoria—or are economic and parental pressures just as likely contributors? The recent increases in adolescent suicide in the United States have raised concerns about the effects of heavy online screen-media use. Some researchers have suggested that the elevated suicide rate and depression among adolescents and young adults reflect […]

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Jenna Dewan’s Makeup-Free Selfie Is Proof That Everyone Needs to Slow Down Sometimes

Jenna Dewan is reminding everyone to take a break and schedule some self-care time. The actress and dancer, who is currently pregnant with her second child, shared a makeup-free selfie with an important message about getting a chance to rest, recover, and feel more gratitude.  “A day off today and I haven’t moved from bed not kidding." she wrote in […]

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