Here’s what happened on Thrive this week:
People with celiac disease must eat gluten free for medical reasons, but what about those who simply choose to live gluten free? Our expert looks at the pros and cons of voluntary GF eaters.
After lobbying from advocacy groups, Massachusetts legislators sign bill that would substitute the term “mental disabilities” for “mental retardation” in all Mass laws and other state language and programs.
Dr. Claire McCarthy shares a touching and personal recount of how she and her husband used the death of a close friend to teach their children about death.
K2 and a host of other marijuana like substances are legal and readily available in Massachusetts. But just because they’re legal doesn’t make them safe. Our expert tells parents what to look out for and some possible side effects of legal “pot.”
Children’s media expert advises a woman who fears her friend’s lax parenting style has led to her son developing a video game addiction. Should she intervene? It’s a difficult question without a clear cut answer.
This week marked the end of the TV series Boston Med. In this “best of” video, we look back at some of our favorite Children’s moments from the show.