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Babies need diapers. But for 1 in 3 mothers, diapers are just too expensive to always have on hand. And that can leave children and families in a precarious situation. Professor Jennifer Randles lays out the diaper dilemma, how it affects America’s families, and what policies can be put in place to help solve the problem.
For More on this Topic:
- Read her memo, Policy Proposal: Reduce Diaper Need Among Families in Poverty
- Check out her article with Barbara Risman in Psychology Today, Diapers, Depression, and Gender Matter for Social Policy
- Want to donate to the National Diaper Bank Network? More information here