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Little Progress on Endocrine Disruptors
Endocrine disrupting compounds can cause fertility, growth and medical issues. A review finds new EDCs meant to protect us are no safer.
Public Health Policies that Made a Difference
A two-cent soda tax cut consumption by about seven ounces a day; raising the standards of a food program definitely improved nutrition.
Tips for Coping with Social Isolation
If quarantine is starting to feel like life without parole, you are not alone. Here are some ways to make it less isolating.
Teachers-to-be, asked to judge the mood of students in videos, often saw black kids as angry when they weren't. It's called anger bias.
Online Threats to Kids' Privacy
Kids are vulnerable to sites' and apps' requests for information and their locations. It's dangerous.
Guys with Dolls
Pretend parenting with a baby doll is a good way to figure out which dads-to-be could use help with their fatherhood skills.
Kids and Empty Calories
Over a quarter of the calories that kids and teens eat have no nutritional value. That's not good for growth and development.
Coming to a Convenience Store Near You
Suppose sodas and other sugary drinks carried warning labels the way alcohol and cigarettes do. Would obesity rates go down?
Extremely Long-Term Benefits
Interventions to help kids and parents in violent neighborhoods offer a payback that extends generations.
Hey Kids, Show This to Your Parents
Yes, video games can disrupt kids' attention and socializing, but the long-term effects aren't too bad.
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