Kate Dailey

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Surviving Thanksgiving Arguments at the Family Table

Monday, November 23, 2009

There's only four days left until Thanksgiving, when most of us will gather around the dinner table for a much-anticipated meal.  But conversation at that meal doesn't always turn out...

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Psychological and Religious Reactions to Fort Hood Shootings

Friday, November 06, 2009

As the nation learns the details of the shooting on the Army base in Fort Hood, Texas, reactions are pouring in. To sort through the reactions we speak with Kate Dailey, health and li...

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Reality TV and the Balloon Family

Monday, October 19, 2009

Everyone’s talking about the "Balloon Boy": not just about the hoax, but about the Heene family in particular and reality TV families in general. What does Falcon Heene's story tell u...

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Bosses and BFFs? Rules for Mixing Friends and Work

Thursday, September 03, 2009

When are you friends with somebody at work — and when are you just friendly? Sometimes it's hard to tell. And when it comes to office friendships, how much do you have to watch what y...


What do Kids Learn from Playing Team Sports?

Monday, August 17, 2009

High school sports are often viewed not only as a chance for kids to get exercise, but also to teach them how to be team players and team leaders. But some recent studies show that ch...


Texting While Dating!

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Taking a phone call during a date is one thing. But is it okay to write a text message? What about emailing, or tweeting? Kate Dailey, writer of Newsweek's Human Condition Blog, think...


Family: How are Kids Influenced by Reality TV?

Monday, July 27, 2009

Should parents worry when they see their kids watching reality TV? The Takeaway talks to Kate Dailey, who writes the Human Condition blog for Newsweek. And for a real-life take on w...

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Parenting Choices: What Constitutes Neglect?

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Two stories in different parts of the country have re-ignited the issue of when the state should step in and take over for parents. Yesterday a Minnesota judge ruled that the parents ...