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Nowadays, parents are both at work, kids are in after-school programs, and dinners are on the run. Such scattered routines are playing a part in slowly eroding family bonds.
Dr. Anne Fishel, co-founder of The Family Dinner Project, lists benefits of “having regular dinners together.” These include healthier eating habits and a lower incidence of depression and anxiety.
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