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By Xinran Cui Dhaliwal, MPH | December 17, 2018
Project Coordinator, ETR
If your holidays are anything like mine, then they are full of family reunions and house hopping. My daughter, one and a half, loves it! New places to check out, great food, hugs and kisses from all the doting adults.
I’m not a helicopter mom, so I don’t really sweat the non-baby proof houses, and there is no limit on sugar. If people want to treat her to some sweets and cookies, that’s fine. She eats well at home.
But I did sweat a little when I came across news about poison control centers handling cases of exposure to e-cigarette devices and liquids.
By Elizabeth McDade-Montez, PhD | March 28, 2017
Senior Research Associate, ETR
TV is not what it used to be. Over the past decade, we have seen a range of new methods of content delivery (Netflix, AmazonVideo, Hulu), new ways of watching (bingeing on favorites, catching short segments on YouTube, checking out cute kittens suggested by friends on Facebook), and new ways of calculating ratings.
Unfortunately, although television platforms have clearly modernized over time, television themes and stereotypes around gender and sexuality have not.
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