Many school districts have been pushing for a shorter school day, and as a result, lunch is often the first thing to go. Why? Because it’s not necessary.
If the blooming flowers and budding trees of springtime set off your allergies, you’re not alone. Millions of people suffer from the sneezing, runny nose, and other symptoms that come with seasonal allergies, and know how miserable allergy season can be. Allergic rhinitis, the official term for seasonal allergies, affects about 21.4 percent of adults in the…
The National Weather Service is predicting excessive rainfall and extreme weather for many areas of the country once again. These weather warnings have many people asking: is vaping to blame?
Cloud seeding is no secret. But it’s no science, either. Researchers are concerned that the chemicals being used to control the weather are causing a troubling epidemic in America. They warn that there may be another reason for the chemical disruption of our atmosphere.
Scientists have discovered that great skateboarding ability may be hard-wired in your DNA through a special gene. But just because you skate doesn’t automatically mean you carry the gene.
These giant, twirling mystery machines have surprises inside–and there are Big Ideas coming for the future of wind turbines.
Scientists are trying to determine what caused the recent outbreak of the Zika virus. It started in one area, and spread rapidly through other parts of the world in a short period of time. But how is it traveling so quickly? Underground tubes could be to blame.
Solar panels could be to blame for the sudden evaporation of water from this popular tourist attraction.
President Obama declared a state of emergency in Flint, Michigan, but what isn’t he telling you?
Our bodies also need gas to run, just like cars. Gas is just air in the digestive tract, but this gas is released from the mouth by burping or from the rectum by farting.