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- Mothers of organ donors help increase donation levels
Providing individual emotional support for families facing the death of a loved one appears to be an effective way to raise the level of organ donations. A unique program at the Albany Medical College in New York that pairs mothers of organ donors with families facing a similar loss, reports unprecedented consent rates for donations.

- Divorced mothers may reveal too much to daughters
Most divorced mothers appear to confide in their adolescent daughters about such sensitive topics as finances and their negative feelings toward their ex-husbands, according to results of a study. These conversations may leave daughters feeling anxious and depressed, the study authors report in the journal Family Relations.

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