Friday, November 12, 2004

Family Dinners. Thursday's (11/11/2004) WSJ reports that there "is an astonishingly large - and growing - pile of research that suggests . . . that kids who eat dinner with their families regularly are better students, healthier people and less likely to smoke, drink or use drugs than those who don't." (As with this or any other WSJ article I mention, let me know if you want to read all of it, and I will email it to you.) The report also mentions that "there are signs that family dinners are making a comeback."

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