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Parents' Online Information-Gathering Can Lead to Oversharing
Parents head online for information on tantrums, breastfeeding and sleep. But how good is the information they find? And what about privacy?
The Downside of Low- and No Alcohol Beer
Non-alcoholic and low-alcohol beers don't have the ethanol that regular beers do. This leaves them vulnerable to E. coli and salmonella.
When a Doctor’s Words Carry Weight
How your doctor talks to you about weight-loss can encourage or discourage you. A study shows what seems to work best. Patients take note.
A Second Look at Anger
Anger is not as bad for us as we may think. It can give us the energy we need to reach our goals. But it should be handled with care.
Hitting the snooze button can help you face the day when you finally get out of bed. But consider why you need an alarm in the first place.
Choosing Ignorance: Why We May Not Want to Know
"Ignorance is bliss," the saying goes. By choosing to remain in the dark we are free to make selfish choices and just do what we want.
Are You a Hovering Helicopter Parent?
Parents get used to overseeing their children when they're little. But to become independent, kids also need time to explore on their own.
Now Hear This: Parents Need to Protect Kids' Ears
Once hearing is damaged, the loss is permanent. Here's what to know about how much noise is too much and the ways to protect kids' ears.
Don't Think About It
The idea behind psychotherapy is that it helps to think about what makes you anxious. Suppressing fearful thoughts may also offer relief.
What Your Zoom Background Says about You
More and more business is being conducted using videoconferencing sites like Zoom. A study offers some ways to make a good impression.
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