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Caught in the middle: How does the sandwich generation woman not get squeezed?

Caught in the middle: How does the sandwich generation woman not get squeezed?

Are you in a situation where you are taking care of both your children and your aging relatives? The number women in their 40s and 50s serving double duty, caring for both children and aging relatives, is on the rise. This group has been dubbed the “Sandwich Generation,” works at least 20 hours a week raising children and caring for aging relatives as well as maintaining at least a part-time career.

Moving forward: Steps to take when mourning the missing

Moving forward: Steps to take when mourning the missing

Everyone has heard the old saying, “Time heals all wounds,” but what if the wound is the result of something potentially unsolvable? Tragedies in which victims disappear without a trace are among the most difficult to bear for those closest to the lost person, and the most challenging for friends, neighbors and family members to understand how best to be supportive.

Preventing unnecessary cesareans

Preventing unnecessary cesareans

“Reducing unnecessary cesareans will help improve maternal and child health outcomes and reduce costs for women and families,” said Debra L. Ness, president, National Partnership for Women & Families.

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