October 19, 2021

Yes, We Should Be Keeping the Healthier Hand-Washing Habits We Developed at the Start of the Pandemic

By Melissa Hawkins, American University People were washing their hands so much early in the pandemic that sensitive skin and soap shortages were common problems in […]
October 19, 2021

Simple Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treating After Fauci Greenlighted Halloween 2021

By Meg Sorg, Purdue University The air is getting chillier, pumpkins are perched on porches and kids across the country are planning their spooky costumes. As […]
October 19, 2021

My Adult ADHD Diagnosis Changed How I Parent My ADHD Kids

As told to Michele Wojciechowski October is ADHD Awareness Month. All my life, I knew something was different about me. School was always tough. When I […]
October 20, 2021

The Complex Crisis of Period Poverty

In the 1990s, Laura Strausfeld was a law student at Columbia University in New York. One day, she went to the drug store to buy tampons. […]