Image courtesy of Shutterstock A new analysis, published online in the Journal of Advanced Nursing, shows that if you’re extroverted and less anxious you’re far more likely to breastfeed and
In an age where political squabbling has replaced rational discourse, it is always a pleasant surprise when lawmakers from both sides of the aisle can get together to agree on an issue. Amicable dialogue
No, you didn’t read it wrong, and it’s not a typo. Onafujiri Remet, better known as “Fuji”, is a 3 year-old photographer already making waves in the art world. Right about the
Image Courtesy of Shutterstock Parents who want to know whether or not their children are cutting class or getting into trouble now have a high-tech way to keep tabs on the behavior of their sons and
Image courtesy of Shutterstock The New York Post recently reported that well-off Manhattan parents are paying top dollar just to ensure their little ones know how to properly socialize with other kiddos.
Image © New Indian Express At least 23 children have died from eating school meals dished up via a free lunch program in eastern India yesterday, while dozens more remain very ill from the poisoning. The
Image courtesy of Shutterstock Transparency International, the global coalition against corruption, recently reveled that a local hospital in Zimbabwe was making women pay the equivalent of $5 USD for
Image Courtesy of Shutterstock People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) recently released their annual list of the most vegan-friendly cities in the United States. Some cities were highly
Image courtesy of Shutterstock A new diet craze has some adults in China all pumped up about the health benefits of drinking breast milk — not for babies — for themselves. According to the
Image courtesy of Shutterstock In better late than never news, The Breast Cancer Fund reported that on July 11, 2013, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an official ban on bisphenol A
Pregnant Women Exposed to High Levels of Air Pollution are Twice as Likely to Have a Child with Autism
Image courtesy of Shutterstock Constant exposure to pollution, whether it’s in the air, water, or common household products, has been shown to affect human health negatively in a variety of ways.
If ever you feel slightly pessimistic about the future, remember that there are brilliant young people out there who are willing to take charge and develop solutions to the world’s great challenges.
Image courtesy of Shutterstock The Venezuelan government might soon be banning baby bottles in an effort to encourage breastfeeding and to keep infants off of formula. Shocking though it may seem, the
Image courtesy CPSC The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) received about 500 incident reports in 2012 involving injury due to colorful single load liquid laundry packets. In response, CPSC is
Unacceptable Levels is a New Film that Documents the Immense Harm Chemicals are Causing People and the Planet
Unacceptable Levels is a new film that examines the many problems we face due to rampant chemical use in our world. Filmmaker and father, Ed Brown, interviewed leading experts in the fields of science,
This past April Fool’s Day, we joked around about a Play-Doh 3D printer, which we wished was an actuality. A couple months later, we’re happy to report – this cool invention is indeed a
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