The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
1:30 pm
07/28/17

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Angelina Jolie on life as a newly single mom. (Vanity Fair)

The sperm count of Western men is shrinking. (Slate)

Letting black kids just be kids. (The New York Times)

How sleep deprivation is linked to postpartum depression. (U.S. News and World Report)

Amanda Seyfried opens up about taking antidepressants during pregnancy. (Informed Pregnancy)

How home visits from nurses, starting at birth, really help moms and kids—especially boys. (The New York Times)

Price William and Harry, mourning their mother 20 years after her death. (Today)

Baby boxes are being proposed in D.C. to combat SIDS. (Washington Post)

The lack of female coaches has a lasting effect on our kids. (The Atlantic)

Why intersex babies don’t need “fixing.” (HRW)

The dangers of trampolines. (Slate)

Nicole Kidman on playing a range of meaty mother roles. (The Sunday Times)

When Jewish parents decided not to circumcise. (The New York Times)

Why fostering curiosity in our kids is key. (The Atlantic)

An HIV-prevention ring has success amongst teens in trials. (BBC)

Jessica Alba on being a role model to her daughters. (Shape)

StarWars fan? Radio Flyer debuts its version of Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder. (Fatherly)

An explosion of color comes to San Francisco. (Color Factory)

What it takes to mentor poor kids. (The Atlantic)

Hearing loss in teens is down. (The New York Times)

Charlize Theron on putting motherhood first. (HuffPo)

The Teletubbies had babies. (Teen Vogue)

Transgender teens are worse off than their non-trans peers when it comes to several health issues. (Reuters)

Kim and Kanye’s surrogate is reportedly 3 months along. (The Cut)

The power of texting to prevent SIDS. (University of Virginia)

Focusing on quality of life for kids with cancer. (The New York Times)

Mindy Kaling debuts her baby bump…kind of. (People)

Syphilis makes a comeback in babies. (WebMD)

Great comics and graphic novels for kids. (NPR)

Ciara does the Great Wall of China with her newborn daughter strapped to her. (People)

The 50 best law firms for working moms. (Working Mother)

U2 bassist Adam Clayton, 57, becomes a new dad. (People)

How sleep aids the memory of very young babies. (Reuters)

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