Games 11 July '16
According to reports, one private property was turned into a "Pokemon Go" gym and the owner did not like it. Meanwhile, a Malware-infected version of "Pokemon Go" is available for download, check out for it.
School 8 July '16
Early childhood educators are underpaid even though they are required to possess the same certifications and trainings as kindergarten and elementary school teachers. High-quality classrooms for young children are scarce as well.
Body 6 July '16
The number of children who ate vegetables from school salad bars has doubled or tripled. This occurred after the kids were exposed to banners and videos that depict cartoon superhero veggies.
Health 4 July '16
Babies with a good bedtime routine are less likely to be overweight at age one. The research team also advised parents to let their babies cry themselves to sleep if they woke up during the night instead of feeding them.
Body 1 July '16
The “sun, sea and sangria,” or "vitamin sea" generation are currently facing high risks of developing skin cancer or its most dangerous kind – melanoma. Around 10,000 people with ages 55 and beyond are diagnosed with melanoma annually in Britain.
Body 1 July '16
A study found out that 570 U.S. clinics are marketing and offering stem cell therapies that are not backed up by scientific research.
School 1 July '16
Isolated employees in the workplace have higher risks of committing suicide. Occupation-related stress and demands also contribute to the problem, as well as low-income and work-home imbalance.
Body 30 June '16
Microcephaly is a common indicator of Zika damage in babies. However, experts recently found that brain defects, as well as vision and hearing problems, can be found in infants even though they have normal-sized heads.
Body 29 June '16
Therapy alongside rehabilitation care and support can help stroke patients have better dexterity, strength and motor skills. These therapies work best if they are done intensively and repeatedly.
Dads 29 June '16
Volkswagen would pay around $10 billion if their customers would choose to sell their diesel cars to the company.
Health 28 June '16
Pregnant women in Zika-affected areas will be the subjects of a new study to look into the effects of the virus.
K-12 Reform 24 June '16
REsearch revealed that preschool teachers are not properly trained before being sent out to teach.
School 24 June '16
Children aged eight to 12 have a chance to learn coding and programming through Apple Camp. The free three-day session will be a helpful learning experience for kids while enjoying themselves during the process.
Family Life 21 June '16
More foster kids means a greater need for foster parents to take them in.
Body 21 June '16
Should the physician assisted death be approved on all countries?
School 21 June '16
Prisoners who were released back into society are in danger of recidivism or re-entering jail due to their lack of education, skills and work experience. The U.S. government is working on fixing this by introducing correctional education programs.
K-12 Reform 20 June '16
Parents were outraged upon knowing their their children with special needs are not excepted from the Common Core test. Should they be given a different test instead?
Health 17 June '16
If you got infected with the Zika virus during the third trimester of your pregnancy, chances are you wouldn't have a baby with microcephaly. Other birth defects associated with Zika, however, are still possible.
College Success 14 June '16
A newspaper has reported of higher prevalence of cheating among foreign students than in American ones in university.
Body 13 June '16
Accidental deaths are the leading cause of death in the United States.
TV/ Movie 12 June '16
The 70th Tony Awards ceremony is dedicated to the victims and families of the deadliest mass shooting in the U.S.' history. President Obama and other groups have called Omar Mateen's shooting spree at the Pulse gay nightclub as a hate crime against the LGBT community.
Health/Nutrition 11 June '16
Behaviors such as fighting and cigarette smoking are now less popular, but the use of e-cigarettes and smartphones are now becoming more popular.
Body 10 June '16
Aside from Miami's tropical weather, the city is vulnerable to a Zika outbreak due to the high amount of Latin American travelers there. Experts said Miami, Florida is ground zero for a possible Zika outbreak in the U.S.