Development 15 August '16
Should parents go for happy kids or kids with high achievements?
Fertility 15 August '16
American fertility rates have reached a record low.
Body 15 August '16
Children on farms often perform basic farm chores like feeding the cows and cleaning manure. Sometimes, however, they get involved in incidents that could end up in death.
School 14 August '16
Public schools in the U.S. are facing an alarming problem. Know the reason why.
Sports 12 August '16
Biles' victory in Rio puts her ahead of teammate and silver medalist Aly Raisman by a margin of 2.1. Biles' recent success puts her as the most decorated gymnast in history, making the U.S. the first country to have four consecutive all-around Olympic winners in gymnastics.
Fun & Games 12 August '16
"Pokemon Go" tends to make children and adults go outside for a walk and to play the game too. This is a fun way to walk and play at the same time with friends, talk around and see people all around you.
Travel 11 August '16
People in Central America flee their countries to escape drug volence and enter the U.S. illegally. Usually, they end up getting deported and back into the hands of the gangs that they are trying to evade in the first place.
Infant 10 August '16
See how your state fairs in the nationwide list.
Fun & Games 9 August '16
Calvin Riley, out in the park with his friend, was busy catching Pokemons when an unknown gunman shot him dead.
Body 9 August '16
The United States has a public health emergency fund for health threats like the Ebola and the global health threat, Zika virus. Sadly, the said fund is only limited for disastrous responses and has been empty after the politicians rejected the funding request for Zika virus response.
Sports 8 August '16
Virginia Thrasher's performance at the final round was impressive, opening with a 10.5 with a 0.7-point lead. Du Li matched that score, but only got a 10.1 on her final shot while Thrasher scored a 10.4.
Money 8 August '16
California oil companies buy gas at one of the lowest prices in the U.S. but sell it at one of the highest prices in the country.
K-12 Reform 7 August '16
The United States has replaced the decade-old federal education law, No Child Left Behind, with the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Under the new law, the power to govern schools has shifted from Washington to the states.
Politics 5 August '16
In a powerful, 1,500-word essay, President Obama praises today's position of women in society whilst also acknowledging that there are a lot of things to work on which should start by changing one's self.
Health 5 August '16
One in 200 pregnant women at risk of miscarriage or delivering their babies early undergo cervical stitch procedures. The study found that the thread used in majority of these procedures is thicker, which stimulates the growth of bacteria in the cervix.
Health/Nutrition 5 August '16
Florida's tourism industry is set to face declining number of visitors because the first reports of the Zika virus in the United States happened in the state.
Music.Art.STEM 3 August '16
As Stanford University president John Hennessy retires from his post in the academe and takes the new role as the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program inaugural director, he revealed the state of STEM education in the United States.
Body 2 August '16
The 150-square-meter area, which is located north of downtown Miami, has an "actively circulating" Zika virus outbreak.
Behavior 1 August '16
Some people think that banning underage drinkers from graduation is too retaliatory, adding that it would also affect the students' families.
Health/Nutrition 27 July '16
Dementia vaccines will soon be made available which can help millions of patients.
School 27 July '16
Desegregated schools provide important benefits to children such as drop in prejudice, better analytical thinking, increased civic commitment, and improved learning outcomes. But If children aren't exposed to diversity early on in their lives, how are they going to excel in diverse schools and environments?
Games 27 July '16
Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, or TEPCO, said it found Pokémon at the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant in Niigata Prefecture, as well as at the Fukushima Daini and Fukushima Daiichi plants. Fukushima Gov. Masao Uchibori said it's not a good idea for Pokémon hunters to come into these dangerous areas.
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.