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Getting dads to do more around the house, starting with a history lesson

Getting dads to do more around the house, starting with a history lesson

In the past couple of years, our homes have become a key battleground in the fight for gender equality. Who plans the dinners? Folds the laundry? Schedules the doctor’s appointments? Probably mom. Who’s not particularly happy with this situation? Probably mom. Even as women have taken on more work outside their home, they’re still doing…MORE

A mother’s warning: If you have white teen sons, listen up …

A mother’s warning: If you have white teen sons, listen up …

Joanna Schroeder has a warning for parents of teen and tween white boys: If you don’t pay attention to their online lives, the white supremacists will. “They’ve studied the way that our young men interact online, and they have looked at what these boys need,” she said. “And they have learned how to fill those…MORE

How to avoid toxic metals in your baby’s food (and yours)

How to avoid toxic metals in your baby’s food (and yours)

Upset by reports that up to 95% of baby food contains one or more toxic heavy metals, including lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury? Here’s the good news: There are actions you can take to reduce your infant’s exposure to these toxic metals, and in doing so, improve your own health and that of your entire…MORE

Japan 2019: Watching the Rugby World Cup and getting a tattoo

Japan 2019: Watching the Rugby World Cup and getting a tattoo

Japan is a big country. But rugby is a small world. And it got even smaller when, after attending early Rugby World Cup group-stage matches near Tokyo and Nagoya, we opted for a couple of “days off” in Kyoto. There were no matches in this city. So, without the distraction of having to venture out…MORE

Tom Brady says his ‘Living With Yourself’ cameo was taken out of context

Tom Brady says his ‘Living With Yourself’ cameo was taken out of context

Tom Brady is defending his cameo in the Netflix series “Living With Yourself,” saying the media is creating a “blame and shame” culture. Paul Rudd plays Miles in the dark comedy, referred for treatment at a mysterious mini-mall “spa” offering a procedure that will rebuild him into “a better you.” Some have speculated that the…MORE