Americans are struggling to bear the extremely large price tag of early childhood care.
We highlight some of these updated policies and the lasting effects of early childhood obesity.
Education expert Natalie Wexler joins us to share important insights and what parents can also do at home to bolster these skills.
We speak with Homayoun about why so many teens seem to struggle post-high school and how adults can better prepare their kids in the long-term rather than focusing solely on short-term academic markers.
We also speak with Sgt. Ryan Wasson about the critical role informants play in aiding law enforcement, but why it’s important to avoid glorifying the work of people like Flores.
We cover how much caffeine is packed inside many of these newer energy drinks and the consequences of consuming higher-than-needed amounts.
We speak with author Jennifer Breheny Wallace about the importance of sharing how a person’s value should never be linked to their performance.
We speak with two financial experts about how more Americans can have productive conversations about their spending and come up with a plan to save and invest more for the future.
We speak with a clinical child psychologist at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Ellen Braaten, about the different types & presentations of ADHD.
NPR journalist and co-host of “All Things Considered” Mary Louise Kelly joins us this Mother’s Day to share her story of balancing motherhood with a long-spanning, successful career in journalism.
We touch on a few recent movie releases that are perfect picks to watch with your mom this Mother’s Day.
Drew Barrymore, who grew up in public as a child actor in TV and films, looks back on her life and shares what she’s learned along the way.
We cover this burgeoning sector, the lack of overhead regulation in the U.S. and the risks this pervasive form of gambling has on a younger population.
We speak with two experts about the growing early childcare gap in the U.S. and why bettering the sector starts with valuing these workers more.
To fully understand many topics, experiences and encounters help to fully engrain what’s being taught. We speak with an education expert and clinical psychologist this week about how to bring more curiosity, creativity and critical thinking to learning.
We play many roles in life: coworker, manager, partner, parent, caregiver. The list is seemingly endless. It can be all too easy to get wrapped in these many roles and forget altogether about spending time on yourself as an individual. We speak with acclaimed writer and author, Eve Rodsky about the mental toll of our daily lives and how to get back to …
The 2021-2022 school year is officially in full swing. But, it’s not the return that many were hoping for as COVID-19 cases spread, and outbreaks pop up in classrooms across the U.S. While there are barriers and challenges just like last year, school must go on. We speak with education expert, Julie King, to get some tips on how to navigate the hectic back …