May 7 is National Teacher's Day, and one oft-overlooked fact is how teachers are the front line of defense between children and bullies. Here's how they can help, and we can help them.
Now, while waiting for a flight, there is an app that plays on the fantasies of many — unexpected love at first sight, the thrill of meeting a stranger.
A former teacher reveals the traps to avoid falling into when taking the highly anticipated end-of-the-year tests.
Sex trafficking is a worldwide problem that touches all of our communities, yet most people are unaware that this is a massive industry ... even here at home.
The projected cut to global health for this fiscal year totals in at $443 million dollars, even though foreign aid as a whole only constitutes 1% of the federal budget.
Ever think about starting your own jewelry line? We talked to entrepreneur Sarah Klass, a burgeoning designer about how she did just that.
As Valentine's Day approaches, I decided to take an unofficial survey of a few smart, progressive millennial women to see how they really feel about the "most romantic day of the year."
Did it really have to take this senseless act to finally bring about change? Or is this not even enough?
We grow up essentially being lied to about the existence of a jolly old man who lives in the North Pole and is committed to bringing us gifts. The question arises, how does this effect children?
Thanksgiving Day is here! But no turkey for you, you're a vegetarian. Here are 10 delicious last-minute recipes for the non-turkey eaters in the group.
As the holiday approaches, turkey temptation lurks around every corner, and pumpkin pies propel us to pack on the pounds. Here are the best ways to make your Thanksgiving happier and healthier.
Community based initiatives show the greatest fortitude in the face of disaster. In light of Hurricane Sandy’s recent destruction, a new non-profit, Recovers.org is helping prove this.
Two of the largest cereal brands in the world aren't really concerned with our children's health. Their pledge to cut salt and sugar from their cereals, but not in the U.S., is a ploy.
It is time society starts not only accepting but, also supporting and recognizing the strengths of female contributions in the fields of science.
Such progress, however, is frustratingly halted by the ethical debate over stem cell manipulation.
Lee Child's book series has become a classic, but as it heads to the silver-screen with "One Shot" fans are up in arms that the 5'7" Tom Cruise will play the 6'5" Jack Reacher.
NBC's "The Office" premiered Thursday night. The final season brings new characters (Dwight Jr.) and says goodbye to old stars (Mindy Kaling), and feels a bit tired in the process.
Thursday night America's favorite show, "The Office," will be back for its final season premiere. Nine seasons in, and now without Steve Carell, this is the show's swan song.
Outside organizations don't always provide the most effective assistance after natural or man-made disasters.
Three million Americans tuned into watch "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" last week; three million Americans who chose reality TV over political reality. Tonight, the VMA's offer the same choice
Who knew showing holiday spirit could be so easy and delicious? If you’re one for eating the flag rather than sporting one, check out a few favorites from red, white and blue inspiration!
As college students, we took for granted our work-life balance. Now, as we enter the workforce, we are looking for new ways to find that balance; and exercise is a big part of the equation.
Do send flirty texts to your partner, but definitely don't drunk text. Here's the “do’s” and “don’t’s” guide for your textual relations.
How are cell phones affecting our social relations? Does our heightened reliance reflect a greater desire to stay more connected to even more people?
Honor codes are intended to teach responsibility, self-respect, and ultimately, integrity. Is placing the regulation of cheating in students' hands an effective practice?