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Lean on Me

Where parents of children with special needs can find community, support and space to be themselves.

Don’t Drink the Water

Until the Flint, Michigan, water crisis was exposed, where cost-cutting measures led to tainted drinking water that contained lead and other toxins,…

Superfoods To Go

It’s not easy being green — that is, chopping and blending produce every morning to make healthy smoothies. Fortunately, Daily…

Silent Sufferers

In the short term, having a parent who is addicted to drugs or alcohol can make a child lose his sense of self. He may be embarrassed to bring friends home. Long term, children with parents who suffer from addiction have an increased incidence of academic problems, mental illness, criminal behavior and early use — and abuse — of the same substances that bind and restrict their parents.