Band-Aid Adding New Line of Bandages to Match Different Skin Tones: 'We Are Dedicated to Inclusivity'
Band-Aid Adding New Line of Bandages to Match Different Skin Tones
The brand hopes to "embrace the beauty of diverse skin" with their new product.Read More
8 Lightweight Face Masks for More Airflow and Less Glasses Fog This Summer
They're made with lightweight and sweat-wicking materials that keep you cool while meeting CDC guidelines.Read More
I'm High Risk for Coronavirus, So How Do I Proceed Once the Country Opens?
Even as social distancing rules loosen, life is far from returning to normal, especially for parents with preexisting conditions, pregnant women, and parents home with newborns who are at a higher risk for becoming severely ill from COVID-19.Read More
CDC: Some Americans Are Gargling With Bleach or Putting It on Food to Fight COVID-19
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns Americans not to engage in the dangerous practicesRead More
These Are the Worst Places to Be a Child in America
In a new report that ranked counties across the U.S. on their prioritization of children, one-third of the bottom-ranked communities—where children’s futures are most compromised—are majority Black. Here’s what needs to be done to help every American kid thrive in the face of inequality.Read More
When It's Not Just Anxiety or Depression: The Surprising Prevalence of ADHD in Moms
Girls are less likely than boys to be diagnosed with ADHD, and their symptoms don’t go away in adulthood. The result? Many women unknowingly live with a condition that affects every aspect of their life, including parenthood.Read More