THE MOTHERLODE: OUR TOP WEEKLY LINKS

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:30 pm
10/12/18

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Rashida Jones had a baby and didn’t tell anyone. (E!)

How marketers talk about moms behind closed doors. (The Atlantic)

A parent’s guide to teaching kids about consent. (Lifehacker)

Sperm counts in the U.S. and Europe continue to fall. (The Atlantic)

New research says vigorous exercise might be okay during pregnancy. (The New York Times)

What happens in countries where abortion is forbidden. (The Atlantic)

New Zealand’s PM made history by bringing her baby to U.N. General Assembly. (NPR)

What “go to your room!” teaches kids about dealing with their emotions. (The Atlantic)

Chelsea Clinton’s new book is about inspiring young people to change the world. (Amazon)

The healthier kids’ meals served at fast food chains are probably still not all that healthy. (NBC)

Julia Roberts talks motherhood and gets interviewed by Oprah for a Bazaar cover story. (Harper’s Bazaar)

What it’s like to be 18 and a girl, around the world. (The New York Times)

New research finds kids are being bullied “constantly” on Instagram. (The Atlantic)

U.S. babies born with syphilis is at a 20-year high. (Quartz)

An update on one Honduran father who remains separated from his daughter. He is one of hundreds. (NPR)

Unlocking the world of sound for deaf children. (The New York Times)

Why U.S. schools need better civics education. (The Atlantic)

Mashonda Tifrere’s got a new book about co-parenting her children with Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys. (Amazon)

Mindful parenting tips that’ll benefit your kids and yourself. (Futurity)

Dressing your kid up as Moana for Halloween—yay or nay? (People)

Also: The most popular Halloween costumes of 2018, incase you missed them. (Mother)

The EpiPen shortage in the U.S. is keeping some kids home from school. (CBS)

The Kentucky college where tuition is free and every student gets a job. (The Atlantic)

Adrienne Bailon on her struggles to get pregnant. (People)

More U.K. employers are offering extended leave for parents of premature babies. (Quartz)

When a parent finds out he is not the biological father to his child. (The Atlantic)

A new product to help get kids with asthma to take their medicine. (Meyko)

How to talk to your kids about sexual assault. (Psychology Today)

R.I.P. Dr. Lois Jovanovic, who helped countless diabetic women have children. (The New York Times)

Kevin Hart on forgiving his father, who suffered from drug addiction. (People)

When Neil Armstrong is your dad. (The New York Times)

A link between teens who view violent media and aggressive behaviors. (Science Daily)

Parents are tracking their kids now more than ever. (My ND)

A new kids’ fashion collection, designed by a 4-year-old. (Everybody)

Tyrese Gibson and his wife Samantha welcomed a baby girl, Soraya Lee. (Ebony)

Don’t forget to enter our $2,500 “Dream Baby Shower” giveaway before the weekend’s over! (Mother)

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