- NPR shared how Asian founders are working to steer the narrative as beauty trends pull from their cultures.
- The Washington Post gave advice on setting digital boundaries for chatty colleagues.
- The New York Times observed, “The office monsters are trying to claw their way back to 2019.”
- The Chronicle of Higher Education explained how to heal a wounded workgroup you inherit.
- The Atlantic pondered Sheryl Sandberg’s legacy as she departs Facebook.
- WIRED shared that studies on the birth control pill still leave unknowns about its mental health effects; meanwhile, Ms. Magazine looked at a potential new male alternative.
- Vox noted that expanding access to vasectomy care could help shift some of the burden of birth control.
- The Washington Post explained how to calculate risk in the era of long COVID.
- Chatelaine detailed what informed consent means in gynecological care.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from The New Yorker, with “Quiz: Is It Kate Bush, Eighties Nostalgia, or the Onset of a Fascist Apocalypse?”
On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- Readers talked about how long they planned to breastfeed and what actually happened.
- We looked back at past CorporetteMoms posts, including what to pack in your hospital bag and the best maternity pants for the office.
- We offered some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable workwear.
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