The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
1:40 pm
02/28/20

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Greta Thunberg’s mom on her daughter’s struggles with Asperger’s, OCD, and an eating disorder. (The Guardian, The Guardian)

R.I.P. Katherine Johnson. (Space.com)

Grimes says she’ll let her child determine their gender. (People)

Raising a non-toxic man. (The New York Times)

Inside the lucrative world of childhood sleep consulting. (Vox)

Quentin Tarantino and his wife Daniella welcomed a baby boy in Israel. (People)

What happens to U.S. schools if the coronavirus outbreak gets worse? (The New York Times)

Bracing for coronavirus as a parent. (The Cut)

Why many Americans are afraid to have children. (Salon)

Black girl magic, ballerina-style. (Instagram)

Research finds babies in bilingual households are 33% faster at switching between tasks. (Science Focus)

Made-up baby names are hot in the U.K. (People)

Five skills tech might be eroding in kids and what to do about it. (Common Sense Media)

A new study finds 76% of today’s parents think they’re doing a better job than their parents. Here are some of the practices they are switching up. (NY Post)

When smart baby monitors and hackers mix. (Vox)

Baby Yoda and a more diverse range of Barbies are helping Mattel’s bottom line. (MarketWatch)

How the president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights goes about her days. (The Cut)

Zoe and Lenny Kravitz have a dad-and-daughter date in Paris. (Page Six)

When a teen’s irregular periods are cause for concern. (The New York Times)

New research finds more than a quarter of all opioid overdoses in the U.S. involve teens, and a fifth of those cases were likely suicide attempts. (U.S. News & World Report)

Food star Katie Lee is pregnant. (Instagram)

How vitamin D during pregnancy can benefit a child’s bones. (Popular Science)

When teens live alone. (Curbed)

Hormone blockers for kids are 8 times the price of those for adults. (NPR)

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