School 28 October '16
Student achievement and teacher turnover are highly dependent on school environment. A study found that retaining effective teachers over time is influenced by four dimensions of school climate.
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.
Dads 26 October '16
Thousands of Volkswagen owners are to receive compensation from the settlement.
Family Life 26 October '16
Being a mother is the most underrated, and at the same time, the toughest job ever.
School 26 October '16
North Dakota is one of the states suffering from teacher shortages and it’s not just the one. Almost every state in the country has reported teacher shortages to the U.S. Education Department.
Health/Nutrition 25 October '16
Peer recovery programs introduce peer recovery coaches or specialists to drug overdose patients while they're still in emergency rooms and maintain contact with them after they get discharged. Patients develop a bond and trust these coaches because they share the same experiences.
Health/Nutrition 24 October '16
Twin studies reveal that there is no solid evidence linking marijuana consumption among teens leads to cognitive decline.
Teens/Young Adults 23 October '16
This teenager from Florida would inspire you to love your country even more.
Dads 22 October '16
One of the nation’s most favorite panda, Bao Bao will soon bid farewell to United States as she will be transferred to China early next year.
Politics 22 October '16
The White House lit up the palace with pink lights last October 20, 2016, Thursday night as part of raising awareness of breast cancer.
Health/Nutrition 21 October '16
New research found that a huge amount of certain bacteria in the mouth can trigger migraines. When there’s a huge amount of the microbes in the mouth, nitrates break down faster and cause the brain and scalp's blood vessels to dilate. This occurrence triggers migraines.
School 20 October '16
It turns out that students in the U.S.prefer having black and Latino teachers than white teachers. The pupils believe that their black and Latino teachers were “clearer” or easier to understand during classroom lessons than their white teachers.
Development 19 October '16
A new study found that children in the United States who have been in foster care have higher risks of mental and physical health problems such as obesity, asthma, depression, and learning disabilities such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD. In 2014, more than 650,000 children in the U.S. were in foster care.
Toddler 18 October '16
A new advertisement from a gun control group uses children to say that guns don't kill people, but toddlers do.
Technology 17 October '16
When it comes to gadgets and mobile devices, teens are drawn to the same thing – Apple’s iPhone. A new survey found that 79 percent of teenagers in the United States said that they would buy another iPhone as their next phone.
Technology 14 October '16
Get ready for a new gaming experience with the Oculus Rift. Read more.
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.
Health 14 October '16
The U.S. is at the 47th spot out of 50 countries and Canada landed the 19th ranking. The top five nations with the fittest kids and teens are Tanzania, Iceland, Estonia, Norway and Japan.
TV/ Movie 12 October '16
According to reports, "Godzilla Resurgence" also known as "Shin Godzilla" is opening in select US theaters this week.
Games 11 October '16
The new 'Mr. President" game on Steam is all about playing bodyguard as Dick "Rock Hard" Johnson for the President Of The United States Of America, Ronald Rump.
Health 10 October '16
A 4-year-old boy with autism was hospitalized after suffering complications from a holistic medicine that is said to cure his developmental condition. The child was hospitalized due to severe weight loss, constipation, vomiting and extreme thirst. He was also suffering from high levels of vitamin D and hypercalcaemia.
College Success 9 October '16
Hillary Clinton has a promising goal for education in the United States, but the materialization of her free College Tuition plan now becomes the meat of the topic for some critics.
Behavior 7 October '16
Driver's Edge prepares teenage drivers for the dangers they could encounter on the road. Participants are taught driver safety, real-life emergency avoidance, and response techniques, among others.