Music.Art.STEM 21 April '16
Greenpeace International has scaled famous English landmarks and put face masks on popular statues to protest the worsening air pollution in London.
Health 21 April '16
Llaulin Cruz was awarded $50 million by The Bronx Supreme Court on Wednesday. The money is intended to help Cruz cope with the massive tissue tears in her private area which was a result of her traumatizing delivery back in 2009.
Medicine 20 April '16
Findings from a newly-published study by the National Institutes of Health has sparked renewed interest in pancreatic cell transplant. The treatment is said to reduce hypoglycemia episodes In type 1 diabetics.
Toddler 20 April '16
A new study found that kids who prefer sweets over salty snacks tend to eat more food, making them more likely to become obese in the future.
Postpartum 20 April '16
An English mother shares her story about how she cured her post-natal depression by introducing oil-rich fish into her daily diet.
School 20 April '16
University of Iowa president Bruce Harreld hopes that the school's athletics department will soon fund academic programs.
School 20 April '16
Fossil experts in the U.K. have formulated a new theory about dinosaur extinction. They claim dinosaurs were already on the decline before the supposed asteriod impact.
Health/Nutrition 20 April '16
Researchers at Uppsala University in Utah have discovered another reason why women tend to live longer than men.
SPED Kids 19 April '16
Rebekah McNair shares helpful tips on how parents can guide their special kids through puberty.
Medicine 19 April '16
Parents and relatives of a type 1 diabetic woman, who died while trying to lose weight, are now demanding the UK government to improve diabetic care and awareness in the country.
Teens/Young Adults 19 April '16
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools in North Carolina will soon be offering more sports programs for students. Tennis season will start later this month while golf season is set to begin this fall.
International 18 April '16
The founder of The Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center in Los Angeles explains why U.S. postpartum care isn't as thorough as that of other developed countries.
Experts Say 18 April '16
Here are a few tips on how teachers can help their students prepare for stressful exams.
Parenting 18 April '16
Two science journalists shed light on some common parenting misconceptions. The bulk of their findings is featured in their new parenting book, entitled "The Informed Parent: A Science-Based Resource For Your Child's First Four Years."
Teens/Young Adults 18 April '16
Education journalist Alex Newman condemns Florida Spanish teacher Yoselis Ramos for using learning methods that promote racial inequality.
Dads 18 April '16
Sony has announced the games which will release this week on PS4. Headlining the pack are "Loud on Planet X," "Lichdom: Battlemage" and "Invisible, Inc."
Parenting 16 April '16
Stephanie Rhodus, 25, was booted out of a court hearing in North Carolina for breastfeeding while interpolation was going on. She didn't expect to be treated that way since she claimed she has breastfed in court before.
School 16 April '16
Education Secretary John B. King Jr. believes the new federal education law would bring back holistic learning in U.S. schools. The new law also reduces the amount standardized tests students take in a year.
Health/Nutrition 16 April '16
Parents enlist the help of a renowned hypnosis expert to try and cure their son's 8-year craving for garlic bread.
School 15 April '16
Alabama teachers will be getting a bump in pay as part of the state's new $6.3 billion education budget.
Dads 15 April '16
Photos of an elderly woman praying to a life-sized statue of "League of Legends" champion Garen have gone viral online. Some netizens made fun of the odd sighting while others pitied the old lady.
null 15 April '16
Ellie Kemper announced on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" that she is expecting her first child with husband Michael Koman. Season 2 of her hit Netflix show "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" premieres on Friday, April 15.
Education 15 April '16
New York City high school students could soon secure their dream summer jobs as a new proposal for youth employment reform has gained traction in the Big Apple.