Let’s focus on the future, and fix the problems we still need to solve.
How parents should, and should not, manage the shortage
Why must only the youngest children wear face coverings?
Kids should face fewer restrictions than their parents, not more.
Remote learning hurts students.
This phase of the pandemic need not be about individual sacrifice. What’s required now is merely communal common sense.
Parents need to hear from the CDC.
Parents should bet on vacations with their kids this summer.
Fears from the summer appear to have been overblown.
We need to know the facts about kids and COVID-19. Now.
We need less extreme and more nuanced recommendations for navigating life during the pandemic.
Researchers crunched longitudinal data to provide a simple predictive equation, and a chart.
A doctor and an economist note that doctors are generally paid quite a bit more for a C-section than for a vaginal birth.
An unusually good study examines how marijuana use in pregnancy may affect birth outcomes.
New parents are given a lot of rules to follow, but little guidance for how to choose among them when constrained.
If mothers and fathers speak openly about child-care obligations, their colleagues will adapt.
How it became clear that I needed to sort through the valuable, and useless, information — on alcohol, prenatal testing, deli meats — for myself.