Black families are seeing the largest increase in switching from traditional schools to homeschooling, originally reporting at 3.3% and expanding to 16.1% in just half a year in 2020.
On Sapelo Island, there were once over a dozen small communities. Hog Hammock is all that remains.
“Highly respected, talented physicians are leaving,” hospital leadership for Bonner General Health said in a news release.
This year’s event, which includes fundraisers, mixers, networking and job opportunities, is sponsored by Indeed.
For some, a forced closure represents an opportunity to try a new approach.
Florida may offer a forecast for what parents in other states can expect in the coming year.
In the midst of the COVID pandemic, feelings of extreme sadness and trauma are at an all-time high among teen girls in the U.S. along with increasing rates of violence. Here are three things parents can do to help them.
Judges dismissed the plea but declined to rule on whether a fetus can legally petition the court or even whether a fetus can be unlawfully imprisoned.
"She became the mother of thousands just by opening her home as a maternity shelter.”
In the early 1900s, thousands of Black midwives worked throughout the South, delivering Black and white babies and providing desperately needed reproductive care. By the 1980s, there were almost none.
Thousands of pregnant immigrants are locked out of the U.S. healthcare system, unable to afford or access prenatal or postpartum care.
The Emmy-nominated comedian speaks about his new Peacock special Josh Johnson: Up Here Killing Myself and how comedy helped him process trauma.
Shrooming for mental health: Post-pandemic, parents seek out therapeutic alternatives to conventional meds for depression, anxiety.
While there’s not a one-size-fits-all answer, one solution has emerged that’s supported by research, being adopted by more insurance companies, and championed by birth advocates: doula care.