In the 1960s U.S., a tattoo was usually a sign of anti-social or illegal activity.
Have you ever found yourself in this situation: You hear a song you used to sing when you were a child – a bit of nostalgia or “blast from the past,” as we say.
Americans are generally unwilling to eat bugs.
The Cottonwood Institute is a nonprofit group that works with teenagers in the U.S. city of Denver, Colorado.
Not many people consider a bacterium that makes millions of people sick … a friend.
Everywhere in the world, people are living longer. Studies show the average age of the human population is rising.
One billion teenagers and young adults around the world risk losing their hearing by listening to loud music.
As we age, we often take longer to recover from injuries.
Most children have heard their parents at one time or another yell “sit up straight!” or “don’t slouch!”
Our bodies react to daylight. In fact, light is the most powerful environmental signal for re-setting our biological clock.