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Parental leave for US fathers, banning alcohol to quell domestic violence, new treatment for ovarian cancer

Parental leave for US fathers, banning alcohol to quell domestic violence, new treatment for ovarian cancer father and son

In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about how working fathers in the US are advocating for paid parental leave policies, how village women in India are protesting for an alcohol ban in order to reduce cases of domestic violence, and a new phase 1 combination drug that shows promising results in treating ovarian cancer.

Equal pay in U.S. Soccer, toilet training cows, problem-solving courts

Equal pay in U.S. Soccer, toilet training cows, problem-solving courts Soccer, football, women

In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about the U.S. Soccer Federation’s decision to offer equal pay for both its men’s and women’s national teams, scientists potty training cows in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and how the address of criminal behavior by two problem-solving courts in Eagle County is reducing recidivism.

Self-governing street vendors in New York, tiny homes on rooftops, world’s first transgender bishop

Self-governing street vendors in New York, tiny homes on rooftops, world’s first transgender bishop Street vendors

In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about how street vendors in New York stand as a model for self-regulating communities, the housing industry seeing a new approach to address homelessness, and the installation of a transgender bishop in the Evangelical Lutheran Church.

Medellin becomes eco-city, mooncakes destigmatize mental health issues, London’s bicycle library

Medellin becomes eco-city, mooncakes destigmatize mental health issues, London’s bicycle library Medellin, botanic garden

In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about Medellin set to become Latin America’s first sustainable city, how the sale of mooncakes shows acceptance of mental health problems in China, and how a pop-up bicycle library in London gets more people pedalling.