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Heat risk and young athletes — rising temperatures lead to lawsuits and environmental injustice

Posted by:Bekah McClelland on July 26, 2022

At least 50 high school football players in the U.S. have died from heat stroke in the past 25 years. And high school athletes in other sports are not immune from the risks – female cross-country athletes are twice as likely to suffer from heat-related illnesses as athletes in any other high school sport.

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Perinatal depression: study shows how common it is for both parents to experience it

Posted by:Bekah McClelland on July 26, 2022

Many new parents struggle with mental health issues. Research suggests up to a quarter of new mothers and one in ten fathers experience depression after the birth of their child. Although there has been greater awareness and dialogue in recent years about the mental health struggles of mothers and fathers, we don’t know very much about the experience of ...

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Time to Unplug and Reset

Posted by:Tashia James on July 26, 2022

The little boy that used to beg me to take him to the playground every day is now a moody teenager who is completely obsessed with technology. Lately he would rather spend his time on his phone or playing video games.  

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Benefits Plans for the Post-Pandemic World

Posted by:Bekah McClelland on July 25, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many people to change not only how they work, but how they think about work. 

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