By Rachael Link
Many people believe that you have to spend lots of money to eat healthy. However, that doesn’t have to be the case.
On the contrary, the cost of not-so-healthy fast food, convenience meals, and snacks can stack up pretty quickly and become very expensive over time.
By Kate Dore
Almost half of Americans may leave the workforce earlier than expected. While white workers may have the means to retire early, Black workers are more likely to depart sooner due to health issues.
Sibling rivalry is often taken as an unexamined fact of family life — as much a part of parenting as potty training or bedtime storie
By JUDI LIGHT HOPSON, EMMA H. HOPSON & TED HAGEN. Tribune News Service
If someone took a poll on what supports good mental health, it’s likely this concept would make the list: “Have two great parents who love you.”
“Hybrid learning” has become a blanket term for the many ways students are experiencing school right now amid the coronavirus pandemic: in-person students with remote teachers, remote students with in-person teachers, kids rotating between school and home by week or day. It’s a system that assumes students can juggle the logistics of returning to school under new circumstances and learning at home, which, for kids in the midst of brain development plus pandemic stress, has the potential to quickly feel like too much to handle. (Changes based on positive coronavirus cases, local outbreaks and related health ordinances can add another layer of stress for parents, students and teachers.)