The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
5:00 pm
02/01/19

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Zoë Kravitz and dad Lenny are the new faces of Tumi. (Tumi, ET)

IVF coverage is the health benefit everyone wants. (The New York Times)

The CDC says most kids are using too much toothpaste. (ABC)

A young mother’s death after falling down the NYC subway stairs prompts questions over cities being set up for parents. (The Atlantic)

Why kids are skipping gym class. (The Atlantic)

Experts say vaping amongst teens “threatens five decades of public health gains.” (CBS)

Peppa Pig Celebrates Chinese New Year hits theaters February 5th. (Variety)

Raising children without the concept of sin. (The New York Times)

Grandparents are financially supporting their grandchildren more today than they did 20 years ago. (The Atlantic)

Virgil Abloh’s first ad campaign for Louis Vuitton is boyhood themed. (Da Man)

Four breathing exercises to help kids manage their emotions. (Yoga Journal)

A “black dads movement” grows from the U.K. (The Guardian)

Parents who don’t vaccinate their children tend to be affluent and highly educated. (ABC)

Native just launched natural deodorant for teens. (Native)

A new kids’ book about being an IVF baby. (Barnes & Noble, Amazon)

What’s streaming this month. (Slate)

Netflix signed a development deal with the Oscar-winning producer of Coco. (Variety)

The grueling work of being a maid and a single mom. (The Atlantic)

Balancing the risk of prescribing opioids to children and teens. (The New York Times)

The new Netflix show “Brainchild” wants to be the “Bill Nye the Science Guy” for this generation. (NPR)

Meghan Markle is supposedly opting for vegan paint for her nursery. (Cosmo)

Despite brain injury risks, why some black families are still enrolling their kids in football. (The Atlantic)

Inside the prison where babies serve time with their mothers. (Inside Edition)

How climate change might affect your baby’s heart. (CNN)

Too much screen time in toddlers tied to worse social and motor skills by kindergarten. (Reuters)

How to be more empathetic. (The New York Times)

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