Why Air Quality Monitors Are the Hot New Back-to-School Accessory

When Lizzie Rothwell, an architect in Philadelphia, sent her son to third grade this fall, she stocked his blue L.L. Bean backpack with pencils, wide-ruled paper — and a portable carbon dioxide monitor. The device gave her a quick way to assess how much fresh air was flowing through the school. Low levels of CO2 […]

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Parents Find Ways to Get Their Youngest Children Covid Vaccines

Leng Vong Reiff had just received her second dose of a Covid vaccine and thought guiltily of her two young, unvaccinated sons. So she began banging away at her keyboard. Like countless parents across the nation, she was searching for vaccine clinical trials for children. She managed to find one, applied and got a call […]

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How Parents Can Ask for Flexibility When Offices Reopen

Q: Do I have a right to a flexible schedule because I’m a parent? “The employer doesn’t have to allow flexible work for a caregiver,” said Liz Morris, an employment law expert and deputy director at the Center for WorkLife Law at UC Hastings Law. But employers must offer parents the same workplace flexibility they […]

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Why My Daughter Got (Temporarily) Married at 13

And so, I assented. I assented without calling home to consult my partner of 20-something years, a lapse in judgment that would become a sore point between us. In the crowded cafe, I was, perhaps not surprisingly, overcome with thoughts of my own mother, who was preoccupied until her death with the state of my […]

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The Best of Tiny Love Stories

By Miya Lee By now, you might have seen — or heard about — the second season of the “Modern Love” TV series on Prime Video. Seven of the eight episodes in this anthology series were inspired by a Modern Love essay, and one, “Strangers on a (Dublin) Train,” starring Kit Harington and Lucy Boynton, […]

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Kids and Covid: What to Know, a Times Virtual Event

As cases of the Delta variant of the coronavirus continue to surge across the country and children under 12 are yet to be approved for the vaccine, September’s return to school can feel uncertain at best and unnerving at worst. How will this new strain affect our children? Is it still safe for school to […]

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How I Hold It Together: Ordering In and More

How I Hold It Together: Ordering In and More Tiffanie GrahamPhoto Editing from New York I keep clutter to a minimum �� Messes are inevitable when living with a 4-year-old, but when a few items get out of place, it can quickly tornado into overwhelming chaos, leaving me distracted and restless. To stave off these […]

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A Virus Expert’s Advice for Safe Schools

A Virus Expert’s Advice for Safe Schools Tara Parker-PopeReporting on the coronavirus Q: Should children wear masks in the classroom? A: Yes, absolutely. A couple of months ago I was on the fence, but now that Delta has emerged, I am firmly on the side of masking. Get your child a high-performance mask, something like […]

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How to Have a Fun, Multigenerational Family Vacation

Discuss who pays for what. On family trips, “there is very little money flowing uphill” to the older generation, Madonna Harrington Meyer, a Syracuse University sociologist and author of “Grandmothers at Work,” has found in her research. Grandparents often default to picking up the tab, especially when children are visiting, but grandparents may be near […]

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As Parents Forbid Covid Shots, Defiant Teenagers Seek Ways to Get Them

She showed up anyway. At worst, she figured, the school would just turn her away. Apparently, they took note only of her mother’s consent. Saying nothing, Elizabeth stuck out her arm. Now she is in a pickle. The school is requiring students to be vaccinated for the fall semester and she says her father has […]

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Where Are All the Wild Things, Daddy?

Once upon a time, in the room that would be my first child’s nursery, I wondered what to tell her about our vanishing world. Through the generosity of family and friends, a modest library of children’s books filled our shelves, including four copies of “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and three copies of “Goodnight Moon.” Like […]

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How to Keep Children Safe Around Water and Prevent Drowning

As children get older, the patterns change, but drowning remains a major risk. And the most important messages for older children involve swimming lessons with water safety competence as an essential life skill to be taught to all children; there are notable disparities in access to swimming lessons, and drowning rates are higher in minority […]

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