News Roundup – CorporetteMoms

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Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…

  • Undark detailed how the placenta has largely been understudied — and that more research on it may have a significant impact on stillbirth rates [CW: pregnancy loss, stillbirth].
  • The New York Times [gift link] reported that a new study found that girls are getting their periods earlier than in previous decades, especially girls in racial minority groups and lower socioeconomic groups, and those who have higher B.M.I.s.
  • Disability Scoop noted that complaints of disability discrimination in U.S. schools are at their highest level in six years, according to the Department of Education.
  • CNN shared what you should know if your child comes out as trans.
  • Parents noted that a new NIH study found that introducing peanut products in infancy can prevent the development of a peanut allergy into adolescence.
  • The Cut looked at the FAA rule that allows kids under 2 to fly on an adult’s lap.
  • AFAR wondered why travel isn’t more kid-friendly.
  • One more travel story: Romper highlighted the advantages of vacationing with another family.
  • Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “We’re Having a Get-Together. Could You Bring Your Massive, Poorly Trained Dog?”

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