Here's our daily list of articles from across the Web about faith and family related topics as well as our other four areas of emphasis: education, causes, media and moneywise.
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Why parents should think twice about pushing for cheaper daycare — The Washington Post
Family conflict, financial strain linked to childhood obesity — The Boston Globe
Breast cancer scans lower death rate — iAfrica
The enormous scope of our national drinking problem — Pacific Standard
The daily practice that may be as vital to your health as exercise — The Huffington Post
What’s next for the healthy marriage initiative? — Family Studies
America’s morals are slipping, new poll finds — The Daily Signal
Why are Christians so judgmental? — Relevant
4 ways to overcome compassion fatigue — Relevant
Princess Charlotte to be christened in July — Mashable
Faith-based organizations, SOGI and the federal government — Georgia Opportunity
Catholic Church running out of priests, importing from Africa, Asia — The Washington Examiner
When desire becomes destructive — OnFaith
Jesus is not your genie — OnFaith
When it helps to have rich parents — RealClearPolicy
Facebook now a place for prisoners, too — The Daily Beast
Naked models don’t normalize breastfeeding — The Federalist
Bill Gates' foundation to double dollars spent on fighting hunger — The Huffington Post
Inequality matters — The Atlantic
Study: Only 33 U.S. cities have recovered from Recession — The Daily Signal
California’s unsustainable comeback — The Federalist
Why groceries cost less in big cities — CityLab
Exit interview do's and don'ts — Forbes
Why some companies are legally swearing they won't be evil — The Atlantic
Powerful people are sensitive to unfairness — if they're the victims — Pacific Standard
Herb Scribner is a writer for Deseret News National. Send him an email at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter @herbscribner.