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Carolyn Moynihan | 12 March 2013
Why are the Latin cultures doing better at family life?

Parents and kids use smartphones in very similar ways

Carolyn Moynihan | 06 November 2012
Maybe that is a self-evident statement, but someone thought it was informative, and who am I to argue?

Naming baby in the age of Google

Carolyn Moynihan | 28 November 2011
Besides the quest for novelty (which can go to truly bizarre lengths) there is now a new set of considerations in choosing a name for baby.

Sweden’s working mums stressed out

Carolyn Moynihan | 24 May 2011
Swedish researcher and family man Jonas Himmelstrand talks in this video about how he began to examine the myth that Sweden is a family-friendly society.

Fallout from divorce increases

Carolyn Moynihan | 24 November 2010
Despite the ease with which divorce is contemplated and achieved today, research confirms that it is not good for the mental and physical health of children. A Canadian study suggests that children who experience a parental divorce are over twice as likely to suffer a stroke at some point in their lives.

Different screens, same effect on relationships

Carolyn Moynihan | 03 March 2010
Art imitates life and research imitates common sense, it seems. A new study has found that the more young people watch television, the poorer their relationships with both their friends and parents.
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