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Cannabis May Make It Harder to Conceive
Marijuana use appears to reduce a woman's chances of conceiving a child. If you're trying to become pregnant, try taking a break from pot.
Ask Your Partner, Not Porn Sites
Many young adults turn to pornography for answers to their questions about sex. This can lead to awkwardness and unrealistic expectations.
Craving the Sun
Don't skimp on the sunblock. Worries about its possible effects on the environment pale in comparison to the actual threat of skin cancer.
College Students in Lockdown
Lockdown has meant big changes for college students. Not all of them are bad. Drinking is down, though not for all.
When researchers tested consumer and medical masks, clear winners emerged. Bandanas were not among them.
Progress on Peanut Allergies
Eighty percent of allergic children were able to eat a portion of peanuts without reaction after a year of small doses of peanut protein.
Time on Social Media: How Much Is Too Much?
Frequenting social media sites like Facebook has been linked to a risk of depression. Now we know more about how much is too much.
Neighborhood Stores and Childhood Obesity
The kinds of food outlets serving a community have a big effect on child obesity rates, especially in low income neighborhoods.
Choosing the Right Type of Gifts for Kids
The best gifts linger in memory. Experiences tend to mean more to preteens and teens than gifts of objects. For younger kids, it's trickier.
How to Talk to Kids about Race
Parents can be reluctant to talk about race. They may not feel qualified. They may think their child is too young. Both ideas are mistaken.
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