Anxiety In Children, A Plan To Reopen Wisconsin’s Economy, And Pantry Staples To Boost Your Cooking

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Children are more likely than ever to be diagnosed with anxiety disorders. We find out what support is available for them and parents. With fewer trips to the store and limited dining options, we get tips for livening up our quarantine cooking. And we examine a plan to reopen Wisconsin’s economy.

Featured in this Show

  • With Childhood Anxiety Disorders More Common Than Ever, What Can Parents Do?

    Anxiety, depression, and suicide have all become more common for children during the past decade. We explore why, and look at how it’s changing childhood. We also talk about the difficulties parents are facing and which approaches are most likely to help.

  • A Look At A Plan To Reopen Wisconsin's Economy Next Week

    Under a proposal from the state’s top business group, all businesses in Wisconsin could reopen next Monday with measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We talk with Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce about how the plan would work.

  • Go-To Pantry Ingredients To Spice Up Your Cooking

    Maybe you thought you could literally never get tired of eating pasta. What a delicious carb! And yet here we are, pretty sick of pasta. Black beans are prepared in thousands of ways the world over, and yet somehow, after just a few weeks, it feels like we’ve tried every one. We hear from a Bon Appetit staffer about some sauces, condiments and other flavor boosters BA keeps on hand to keep meals exciting.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Natalie Guyette Producer
  • Kate Julian Guest
  • Scott Manley Guest
  • Aliza Abarbanel Guest