Wednesday, August 27, 2014

'Zip-related genital injuries' send 1,700 men to ER each year

Posted in Physical Health

By NBC News 3/19/2013

"...according to a study published this month in the British Journal of Urology International by a University of California San Francisco urology resident named Herman Singh Bagga, an estimated 17,616 people wound up in U.S. emergency rooms between 2002 and 2012 because they caught their genitals, almost always penises, in zippers. ..."

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Interview With a Dad: Thoughts On Parenting From My Husband’s Perspective

Posted in Parenting

By Babble 3/22/2013

"...In the parenting world (especially the parenting blog world), there is a lot of talk about moms and motherhood, but dads are equally important and I never want to lose sight of that. I am so thankful for this wonderful man that I get to experience the crazy ride of parenthood with. ..."

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Adolescents' Mental Health Can Benefit from Nutritious Family Dinners According to Institute of Health and Social Policy

Posted in Parenting

By Science World Report 3/20/2013

"According to a study from the Institute for Health and Social Policy, the contribution of regular family suppers supports good mental health in adolescents. Family meal times are a measurable signature of social exchanges in the home that benefit adolescents' well-being, regardless of whether or not they feel they can easily talk to their parents."

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Study of Men’s Falling Income Cites Single Parents

Posted in Jobs & Employment

By The New York Times 3/20/2013

"The decline of two-parent households may be a significant reason for the divergent fortunes of male workers, whose earnings generally declined in recent decades, and female workers, whose earnings generally increased, a prominent labor economist argues in a new survey of existing research."

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