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Mammoth Power Grids at Risk of Failure?
Findings indicate that there is an existence of an optimal size for the power grid model based on ...
April 25, 2014
April Is Autism Awareness Month
Autism Spectrum Disorder is a group of neurodevelopmental disorders that can affect thinking, feeling, communication, speech, and social ...
April 5, 2014
Weather Conditions Endanger Food Supplies
A new study indicates that consumers will be getting less for each dollar spent on groceries this year ...
March 23, 2014
Announcing the 52nd Annual National Poison Prevention Week
National Poison Prevention Week is March 16–22, led by the American Association of Poison Control Centers.
March 18, 2014
Emotional Support Boosts Academic Achievement
A recent study indicates that students who have support on social and emotional levels are better academic achievers.
March 10, 2014
Learning Good Citizenship the Digital Way
Students can now learn about citizenship and government in a fun, engaging way. iCivics, a free website founded ...
February 22, 2014
Facebook Could be Tool to Shrink Political Divide
Facebook could help people bridge their political differences with some simple tweaks, according to a new study.
February 4, 2014
US Schools Fall Short of Physical Education Standards
A recent study indicates students in the United States are not meeting physical activity guidelines, and there are ...
Fitness & Nutrition
January 23, 2014
Effects of Affirmative Action Bans
A recent study conducted by Grant H. Blume and Mark C. Long at the University of Washington indicated ...
January 16, 2014
Kari’s Law: Easy 911 Dialing From Anywhere
Kari's Law, as proposed by a Change.org petition, has attracted over 417,000 people in just a few weeks.
January 13, 2014
Road Distractions Worst for Novice Drivers
A recent study conducted by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute and the National Institute of Child Health and ...
January 5, 2014
New Smartphone App for Self-Improvement
A new smartphone platform, developed by a professor and his students, aims to redirect technology from distracting to ...
December 30, 2013
The Affordable Care Act Includes Legal Immigrants
Immigrants who are not citizens will find it easier to get health insurance coverage because of the federal ...
December 20, 2013
Romneycare Improved Health in Massachusetts: Study
A recent study shows improved health for residents in Massachusetts since the healthcare reform in 2006.
December 13, 2013
Unexpected Pearl Harbor Hero Honored in Waco, Texas
When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, Doris “Dorie” Miller became an unexpected hero. Under ...
December 6, 2013
Study: It Takes a Village to Lose Weight
A new study by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine, published on Oct. 15 in the American Journal ...
October 18, 2013
Men Get Hot Flashes Too
What helps hot flashes in women does not help men who experience hot flashes during certain cancer treatments.
Good to Know
October 2, 2013
Miami Exhibit Explores Rich Musical Roots
In celebrating 500 years since the day Juan Ponce de Leon's landing in Florida and Hispanic Heritage month ...
Arts & Culture
September 10, 2013
Year of the Girl: 2012
“What's important is for people to join us in the ToGetHerThere campaign as girls can succeed in society ...
March 20, 2012
Georgia a Focal Point for Disability Rights
Georgia is central to disability rights because of the 1999 Olmstead Supreme Court decision that found that people ...
March 5, 2012
Florida Expands Funding for Teachers Across Nation
With budget cuts, personnel cuts, and a lack of materials and resources, educators now have a tougher time, ...
February 27, 2012
Study Finds Cuban-Americans Still Republican
Over 30 years the attitudes of Cuban-Americans have progressively changed, but a recent study indicates that these changes ...
February 20, 2012
Florida Researchers Plan for Cuba Oil Spill Threat
As the China-built, Cuba-operated Scarabeo 9 water oil rig has started drilling for oil off the coast of ...
February 5, 2012
Alabama Rebuilds After 2011, 2012 Disasters
After a devastating blow nine months ago, citizens in Alabama suffered another bout of nature’s wrath this month. ...
February 1, 2012
Severe Southern US Drought Continues
The La Nina at the end of 2010 continued well into 2011 and caused drought and heat throughout ...
January 21, 2012
A Crisis in Florida
For many Floridians, the homeless have become more and more visible in Florida in the past year. Impoverished ...
January 5, 2012
Smithsonian Reveals Mistletoe Lore and Facts
While under the mistletoe, it is believed that you must kiss the person next to you as it ...
December 23, 2011
Kiribati Severs Ties With Taiwan Amid China Tension
US Expels 2 Cuban Diplomats, Citing ‘Influence Operations’
The Associated Press
Iran’s Foreign Minister Threatens ‘All-Out War’ in Case of US or Saudi Attack
, Epoch Times
President Seeks Power to Fire Head of Consumer Bureau at Will
San Francisco Will Get Environmental Violation Notice Due to Trash From Homeless, Trump Says
Judge Blocks California Law That Requires Trump to Release Tax Returns to Be on Ballot
Trump Jr. Calls Out Instagram After His, President’s Accounts Vanish From Search Suggestions
Interior Department Transfers 560 Acres of Public Land for Border Wall Construction
Responding to Critics, Facebook ‘Oversight Board’ to Monitor Content Decisions
US Immigration Case Backlog Tops 1 Million, Data Shows