Watching a family member or neighbor go through type 2 diabetes shapes the way people with diabetes manage their condition, a new study finds.
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New findings link positive messages—and positive feelings about being Black—with a decreased likelihood of depression symptoms in Black teen girls.
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Hear how after school programs in Chicago empowered parents, and how those design principles could improve other government programs.
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New research links perfectionism and over-parenting. The effects of this "helicopter" parenting include psychological distress, narcissism, and alcohol and drug use.
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An expert in child psychology has advice for how parents can fight stress and meet both their own needs and those of their kids.
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During the pandemic, children are struggling with difficult issues and parents are struggling over how to help them. Listening may be the best thing to do.
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Several factors shape how involved dads can be with their kids when they don't have custody and their child is living in kinship care, researchers say.
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When employees display photos of their friends and family at work, they're less likely to engage in fraud or unethical behavior, researchers say.
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Disagreements between parents and grandparents over issues like discipline and TV can strain relationships. Here's how families can ease tensions.
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The pandemic has worsened the gender gap among dual-earner parents. Moms have less time to work, but dads tend to clock a full 40-hour week.
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