Dads 13 November '16
Taylor Swift's alleged stalker was caught just before it got near her at the Texas Airport; read details here.
Dads 13 November '16
CEO Elon Musk explains the reason behind the SpaceX rocket explosion and announced that they will have the next launch by mid-December.
Teens/Young Adults 11 November '16
The boyfriend of a missing teenager, whose body has been found, is believed to be responsible for the deaths of her mother and her sister.
Dads 7 November '16
Jinger Duggar is now married to Jeremy Vuolo.
School Age 4 November '16
A 10-year-old girl in Texas went missing after attending prayer services at her church.
Health/Nutrition 27 October '16
Some cities in the United States have many residents with healthy hearts and aren't susceptible to heart attacks. Others, however, have people with weak hearts and are prone to heart attacks.
Infant 23 October '16
Margaret Boemer was only at her 16th week when she discovered about her daughter's rare birth defect condition which urged her to deliver her daughter at 23 weeks and at 36 weeks.
Development 14 October '16
The Fuller Cut barbershop in Ypsilanti, Michigan provides a $2 discount to kids who read aloud to their barbers during haircut appointments. The 75 to 100 diverse books offered by the barbershop all feature African-American role models ranging from athletes and astronauts to writers.
SPED Kids 7 October '16
A boy with special needs was reportedly doused with gasoline and set on fire.
TV/ Movie 3 October '16
It is rumored that WWE Royal Rumble will see HBK, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and Undertaker.
Dads 1 October '16
VirnetX finally wins against Apple after retrial in Texas.
Autism 30 September '16
Texas lawmakers are being urged to expand the Compassionate Use Act for other medical conditions such as autism. Medical marijuana involves using the whole unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat or manage a disease and its symptoms.
Body 29 September '16
A new smartphone app that helps track and detect Zika virus outbreaks and symptoms has been developed in the University of Arizona. The app is "a community-based disease detection system" that is available for free on iOS and Android devices.
Autism 28 September '16
Morgan Wolfer's passion for nature photography started out as a hobby using his mom's phone. Now, the child is an excellent photographer that he has begun a business to sell his work.
Family Life 19 September '16
Infidelity and lying are not the only marriage killers. Some couples have habits that can slowly destroy their marriages over time.
Body 30 August '16
Vaccines protect kids from a bunch of diseases such as chicken pox, diphtheria, hepatitis A and B, influenza, measles, mumps, pertussis, polio, pneumococcus, rotavirus, rubella, and tetanus. In recent years, many parents believed that vaccine causes autism in kids.
Autism 16 August '16
Kids with sensory sensitivities struggle in back-to-school shopping sprees where both children and parents alike clamor in malls. JC Penney developed this event in an effort to practice corporate inclusion and diversity program.
Body 4 August '16
The CDC confirmed the South Carolina resident's infection after conducting lab tests.
Body 2 August '16
The 150-square-meter area, which is located north of downtown Miami, has an "actively circulating" Zika virus outbreak.
Body 1 August '16
The recent death was a 19-year-old Houston resident, who swam in the Trinity River earlier in July. Two individuals in Texas have also died in the past 12 months after being exposed to the brain-eating amoeba.
Health/Nutrition 27 July '16
All charges against pro-life advocates, David Daleiden and Sandra Meritt had been dropped after prosecutors ruled that their charges are legally flawed. They were indicted during the extension period of Planned Parenthood's investigation which Texas law does not allow.
Family Life 26 July '16
The plaintiffs claimed that Texas had a vague and inconsistent process for issuing birth certificates to undocumented parents. Some forms of documentation were considered valid but they weren't consistently acknowledged at Texas offices.
Body 19 July '16
Asthma medications and hospitalizations were more common in people living near fracking operations throughout the country. Pollution and stress associated with fracking operations could be blamed for these asthma attacks.