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Why do people hate people?

Have you ever said “I hate you” to someone? What about using the “h-word” in casual conversation, like “I hate broccoli”? What are you really feeling when you say that you hate something or someone? Curious Kids is a series for …

How does the brain think?

Have you ever wondered how your brain creates thoughts or why something randomly popped into your head? It may seem like magic – but actually the brain is like a supercomputer inside your head that helps you think, learn and make decisions.

Why can’t we throw all our trash into a volcano and burn it up?

It’s true that lava is hot enough to burn up some of our trash. When Kilauea erupted on the Big island of Hawaii in 2018, the lava flows were hotter than 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit (1,100 Celsius). That’s hotter than the surface of the planet Venus, and hot enough to melt many rocks. …
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How does America play video games? A new study highlights our habits

(BPT) - Did you grow up playing video games and still enjoy them today? If that sounds like you, you're in good company. The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) just released its annual …

The Milk Bank Challenge: Empowering women to donate breast milk to babies in need

(BPT) - Did you know women can donate their breast milk to infants in need? It's a powerful opportunity to have a profound impact on families, yet many women simply don't know it exists. But there's …

Preparing for the future: What you need to know about life insurance

(BPT) - While you can’t predict everything life may throw at you, you can still set yourself up for some of life’s uncertainties. One way you can prepare for any situation and provide for …

3 steps to save a life

(BPT) - You're on your way to work when a car crash happens. A backyard bonfire takes a turn while chopping firewood. While in your backyard, a neighbor has an accident …

Practical Presents: Father's Day gift ideas for hard-to-buy-for dads

(Family Features) Shopping for your dad on Father's Day each year can be a challenge. However, focusing on the things he enjoys such as music, exercising or hobbies like woodworking or metalworking can send you down the right path.

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What difference does it make if you are involved in your student's school and its activities and events?

Study.com uses data from various educational sources to break down how parental participation varies across demographics, school sizes, and school types.

What's been considered America's 'gold standard' of autism therapy may not work — and those who have been through it are pushing back

The 74 does a deep dive into applied behavior analysis for autism therapy, its history, progression, and studies' results throughout the years.
Show love this Mother’s Day with a gift subscription to help end extreme poverty
(BPT) - The love of a mother knows no bounds. This Mother’s Day, consider a unique gift that reflects her unconditional love for you: a subscription that empowers families in the world's …
This Mental Health Awareness Month, learn how to help prevent an overdose
(BPT) - This month highlights the important role mental health plays in our general health and well-being. It influences how we feel, think and act. Many Americans of all ages experience mental …
Choosing Supplements That Hit the Mark
(BPT) - There are over 80,000 vitamins and dietary supplements on the market, but not all are created equal. Seventy-four percent of Americans take dietary supplements to improve their quality of …
5 tips to make the most of your family vacation this summer
(BPT) - Summer is just around the corner! With the kids out of school and beautiful weather on the way, it’s time to start planning a family vacation.Family trips are a great way to bond, make …
Four Outstanding Substitute Teachers Honored During Teacher Appreciation Week
(BPT) - The enduring wisdom of the African proverb, "It takes a village to raise a child," resonates across cultures, underscoring our collective responsibility toward nurturing the academic, social, …
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