To sip or not to sip? That is the question. The holidays are upon us, and with them our families and the way they’ve always done it (where “it” means pretty much everything). There may be drinks involved, and kids should be ready. Parents, it’s time to #TalkEarly.
The AHCA would impose draconian restrictions on private insurance coverage for abortion; wrest Medicaid coverage from low-income women and their families; and impose greater costs on women’s basic reproductive health care, like maternity care and birth control. Congress should not be playing politics with women’s health. We all need to #StandWithPP.
As part of our collaboration with Responsibility.org, we take a look at the importance of connection, between parents and children, and society as a whole.
October is National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month. One in 30 teens abuse over-the-counter medicine, so if you don’t know what dextromethorphan (DXM) is, read on to learn about it.
Having the “big conversations” with your kids may be easier if you build up to them—one word at a time. Talk early to kids about alcohol . . . and everything. We’re all better for it.