Study: Diaper Need and its impact on child health

Study Link This study on diaper need indicates there could be a connection between diaper need and the mental health of the mother in addition to the economic status of the mother. The pdf file for the study can be found either using the link at the beginning of this post or through this link … Continue reading Study: Diaper Need and its impact on child health

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“Ten Things The Working Poor Truly Understand And One Harvard Just ‘Discovered’”

Article Link This June 16, 2017 piece by Jen Froderman talks about things that the working poor know all too well.  This group is one where they often make too much money to receive many of the low-income benefits, but at the same time are barely making enough to survive with almost nothing left over … Continue reading “Ten Things The Working Poor Truly Understand And One Harvard Just ‘Discovered’”

“Diaper Shortage in the 1940’s and Congress was to blame!”

Article Link This piece by Kim Rosas on the "Dirty Diaper Laundry" blog talks about Congress issuing orders to ration cloth diapers, and forbidding the military from using cloth diapers to clean their weapons.  Despite the rationing Diaper services experienced a lot of growth during this time not only because of the first of the … Continue reading “Diaper Shortage in the 1940’s and Congress was to blame!”

“Why cloth diapers might not be the greener choice”

Article Link This is an older piece but still offers some interesting things to consider when comparing cloth diapers to disposable diapers.  The piece was published on May 8, 2016 by Kendyl Salcito and is on the Washington Post website. The piece looks beyond the surface and delves into the production of both types of … Continue reading “Why cloth diapers might not be the greener choice”

Poor as Folk – “Cloth Diapering & Low Income Families”

Article Link This piece was published December 31, 2013, but offers some insight that I wish many more would consider while insisting that low-income people should just "switch to cloth diapers" which isn't as simple as it seems at first glance.  I think the thing that impressed me the most about this particular piece was … Continue reading Poor as Folk – “Cloth Diapering & Low Income Families”