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Anything that gets kid reading is a good thing, right?
Clarence Eckerson Jr's latest video has lessons that can be applied everywhere.
Victim blaming is taken to a new low.
Our photo of the day celebrates the most vibrant of seasons
December 3 is the official date for Dine In Day, when families are encouraged to sit down together and share a home-cooked meal.
The BMJ says it will stand behind Nina Teicholz's criticism of the way the new dietary guidelines were created.
These pieces of wearable greenery are perfect for the nature lover on your list.
We have never been crazy about plastic foam, but this looks like it could really work well.
The introduction of polymer cash hasn't gone as smoothly as the Bank of England had hoped.
There are a lot of e-bike options on the market right now, but this electric BMX from Life EV & Prodecotech might be a world's first.
The free samples just pile up, but they do not have to go into the garbage.
These two values can feel deeply at odds with each other, which can make shopping decisions very challenging.
The little worms create beautiful colonies that are also known as 'Sydney coral.'
Judging from IIDEX, the big commercial office interior show, the conventional office has disappeared.
When the classic style of a '73 VW bus is combined with an electric vehicle conversion and an onboard photovoltaic array, you get an eye-catching family-sized clean transport solution.
The UK capital is working hard to reverse its air quality problems. This should make a huge difference.
Enough with the old wives' tales that have kept kids indoors long enough! It's time to fight back with facts.
Starting and stopping means pollution. But if they are designed right, you can go right over them.
Schools are the most logical place to start, as children are the nation's future cooks and grocery shoppers.
From purses and pet beds to mufflers and mittens, these upcycled sweater projects are as cute as they are eco-friendly.