300 Click for offerAccording to Dr. Ken Ginsburg, a professor of pediatrics at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the co-founder of the Center for Parent and Teen Communication, when we hover over our children, we communicate to them that we think they are incapable. Parents, he says, should ask themselves, “Are we teaching, or are we jumping in such a way that we take the action rather than letting the child do the learning?” (Me, not so much. Yesterday in this space I put the restaurant 7A, on Martha’s Vineyard, in the town of Tisbury. Of course it’s in West Tisbury, across the street from the library, where I ate my sandwich. Apologies!)
Thank youMelina Delkic helped compile today’s briefing. Mark Josephson and Eleanor Stanford provided the break from the news. Sanam Yar of the Styles desk wrote today’s Back Story. You can reach the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Assume that the Medicare for all program itself can operate very leanly. The Urban Institute estimated that Medicare would devote about 6 percent of its health budget on administrators to decide what and how Medicare would pay for things, and to prevent fraud. In Ms. Warren’s plan, that rate is 2.3 percent. (.8 trillion)XS M S
TYPE ::MOUNTAIN BIKE“When I was with David, I had an awesome time,” she told the writer Eric Danville for his book “The Complete Linda Lovelace” (2001). “I went to see my first play. I saw Richard Chamberlain in ‘Cyrano de Bergerac.’ I saw ‘Grease’ in Manhattan. I saw the Alvin Ailey dancers.” 1. negligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt
BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTYThe three-member panel said Mr. Copperman had displayed “moral unfitness” to practice medicine. “Rubbing the female genitalia during a physical examination is always inappropriate, whether or not gloves are used,” the panel said. Going into it, did you have friends — other feature directors — you consulted? Are you still friends with the Coens?
Virginia’s trajectory has to count among the most dramatic in sports, with a series of closer-than-close contests, our columnist writes. : easily irritated or annoyed