Do family meals really make a difference for child academics or behavior?

in 2012, Daniel Miller, Newsmakers, School of Social Work
September 24th, 2012

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Daniel Miller, School of Social Work

A shared meal has consistently been valued for its social and health benefits – it’s recognized as a door to academic excellence and as the ceremonial event that helps cement family relationships, no matter how you define “family.”…

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