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The decline of comics pages in newspapers may be directly attributable to the end of Calvin and Hobbes.
The decline of comics pages in newspapers may be directly attributable to the end of Calvin and Hobbes. Read more »
Evidence continues to point to single motherhood as a link to poverty, yet single motherhood is on the rise. Why are so many women putting children ahead of marriage? Some answers lie in economics... Read more »
A new study finds no evidence to believe claims that babies gain an edge when using "educational" products. Some parents still believed their infants learn more than they would have, however. Read more »
Michelle Obama is working again with Epicurious and the departments of Education and Agriculture on a third nationwide recipe contest to promote healthy eating among kids. Read more »
Movies are today’s storytellers, and unless you know the stories of a culture or a society, you don’t know that culture or society. Read more »
As I learn more about the women in my family history, I find that there's nothing stereotypical about the quirks we have in common. Read more »
How a simple picture book helped create my greatest memory of Disneyland. Read more »
In a March 4 interview with NPR, Deseret News Editor Paul Edwards spoke with Michel Martin, host of "Tell Me More," about the critical role fathers play in American families. Read more »
I need to work on enjoying the "doing" and accepting the process as part of the goal. Read more »
A bill before the New York Legislature would require parents of grade school children to take four parent-support classes. The children of parents who don't attend the classes would be held back... Read more »
Several married same-sex parents say the Utah Attorney General's Office is unjustly intervening in their adoption cases. Read more »
There are signs of grooming that parents should be aware of to empower their children to detect and report abuse. Read more »
To be honest, I’ve been hesitant to embrace Twitter, probably because my idea of social networking is a nice piece of bond paper, a quality pen and a stamp. Read more »
There will come a point when there is a sort of “passing of the torch,” when I let go of some of my dreams and let my children achieve theirs and, in a beautiful way, their... Read more »
Twenty years ago, when she was trying to care for her aging, increasingly frail parents, Virginia Morris looked for a guide to help, but didn't find much. So she wrote the book herself. Read more »
Virginia Morris' "How to Care for Aging Parents" is for those who struggle to figure out end-of-life issues, from companionship to organization and personal safety. Read more »
Based on decades-old stereotypes that single mothers are raising children alone and single dads are “deadbeats,” the majority of U.S. anti-poverty programs almost exclusively serve... Read more »
Men shouldn’t wait for their later years to have kids, a new body of research has found, according to The Daily Mail. Read more »
A list by Thought Catalog outlines many of the things people should thank their dads for. Read more »
We humans wish in an assortment of ways. There is the first star of the evening. If that doesn’t work, there is the wishing well. Drop in a coin and you buy a wish. There also is the dried... Read more »
A recent Pew Research study found that 8 percent of households with minor children are now headed by a single father, up from just one percent in 1960. Read more »
Parents struggling to deal with the death of a child, a child with cancer or a disability may find comfort online. Read more »
Twenty-four million American children — one in three — are growing up in homes without their biological fathers, the 2011 Census says. Children in father-absent homes, it notes, are... Read more »
Child safety was in the spotlight at the Safe Kid Fair at the South Towne Exposition Center Saturday. Hosted by the Salt Lake County Health Department, Safe Kids Salt Lake County and Clear Channel... Read more »
The House Health and Human Services Committee voted 5-4 Friday to give a favorable recommendation to a bill that allow parents the option of a jury trial to determine whether to terminate their... Read more »
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