Bonnie Rochman

Bonnie Rochman writes about parenting for TIME. She is a former TIME intern who has also reported from the Middle East, Myanmar and Vietnam for the Boston Globe, the Jerusalem Report and Fortune. A former staff writer at The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C. — where she was the paper's parenting blogger, chronicling the wacky yet universal idiosyncracies of her three children — she now lives in Seattle.

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Childhood Cancer Has Its Gold-Ribbon Day

Monday was National Childhood Cancer Awareness Day, a time set aside by the U.S. Senate to brandish gold ribbons and focus attention on pediatric cancer. It can all seem quite abstract when talking about the thousands of children who receive a cancer diagnosis each year. But break it down to smaller numbers, like the 46 kids who learn …

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