Things We've Read: Week of Sep. 12th, 2016

America's Shocking Maternal Deaths (NY Times): Why does the U.S. as a whole have the second-highest maternal mortality rate among the members of OECD?

23 Incredibly Helpful Charts For New Parents (Buzzfeed): To help you understand the little person in your home a whole lot better

Most Parents Give The Wrong Dose Of Liquid Medication (NY Times): The difference between using a measuring cup and an oral syringe

This Mom Multitasking At Work Is The Internet's New Hero (Huff Post): “This is what happens when you are 35 weeks pregnant, husband leaves town for the weekend, childcare for 3yo falls through, and you have a game to cover!”

How The Sugar Industry Shifted Blame To Fat (NY Times): The food industry has provided funds to influence the development of nutrition science research.

When You Look Pregnant, But You're Not (NY Times): "There is a connection between the unsolicited advice given to pregnant (or potentially pregnant) women, and the way society views women who are not the ideal Size 6."

Kindergarten, Naturally (The Atlantic): " What would it look like to bring the forest kindergarten concept to a public-school setting in America?"