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‘Communism for Kids’ Turns Deadly Ideology Into a Fairy Tale

In order to make the deadliest ideology of the 20th century palatable to young Americans, “Communism for Kids” is coming to a bookstore near you. This newly released book from MIT Press “proposes a different kind of communism, one that is true to its ideals and free from authoritarianism.”4

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After-school programs make a difference for kids, community, group says

A group of young violinists kicked off a summit on after-school programs Friday with a fine rendition of the national anthem.

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Does Marriage Matter for Relationship Supportiveness After Childbirth?

A satisfying and high-quality marriage is associated with greater well-being on a host of social, economic, and health indicators for adults and any children they may have. But marital quality changes over time, especially during the transition to parenthood. Having a child is a life-changing event that produces a lot of stress for new parents. […]

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New Alabama governor to sign law protecting religious freedom of adoption agencies

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey will sign a bill protecting faith-based adoption agencies from being forced to place children with same-sex couples. The Alabama Child Placing Agency Inclusion Act passed the Alabama House of Representatives 60-14 and the Senate 23-9. All Senate Democrats and one Republican, Sen. Steve Livingston of District 8, voted against it.

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Are U.S. Parents Becoming Happier? An Interview with Chris Herbst

A vast body of research indicates that parents, especially American parents, are less happy, on average, than non-parents. In fact, a Council on Contemporary Families study published last year found that U.S. parents experienced the largest parent-happiness gap out of 22 countries. But in a recent study published in the journal, Review of Economics of the Household, Chris Herbst and John Ifcher challenge the assumption […]

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Warning Signs of Sexual Abuse–How to Protect Your Child

April is National Child Abuse Prevention month. Child sexual abuse can happen to any child. All kids are vulnerable and that’s why every parent should know the signs of both the abusers and the abused.

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Greece’s refugee children learn the hard way

The first day of school. It was supposed to be an exciting, happy time for so many of the 2,500 refugee children now living in camps in Greece. But instead some were met with stone-throwing and nationalist slogans, after far-right demonstrators took issue with the government’s policy to integrate them.

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Prince William says keeping a stiff upper lip can damage health

Prince William said he and the Duchess of Cambridge wanted their children – George and Charlotte – to grow up able to talk about their emotions and feelings.

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