Although it is not often taught in history classes during the Civil War women risked their lives to carry intelligence from the enemy to their generals.
Too much screen time can be a detriment to face-to-face communication and decreases our ability to recognize emotions, and possibly even shorten our lives.
There’s a treasure trove of unique destinations around the world if you veer off the beaten vacation path.
We explore why kids behave the way they do in certain situations, and offer strategies for dealing with a child that can help them grow more responsible.
We talk about how fear affects our lives and how it can be decreased or eliminated by perseverance, positive thinking and compassion.
Our guest offers suggestions to parents, educators and policymakers about how expanding our children’s knowledge base in school will help make them read better.
We talk to two “citizen scientist” advocates about the importance of having average citizens be the eyes and ears of large research projects.
We talk to a Humane Society spokesperson who has seen his share of disasters about keeping your pets safe and secure during a catastrophe.
We discuss how Marguerite Missy LeHand influenced FDR, one of the greatest chief executives of our time.
Urban farming provides hope and employment for people in need as well as educational opportunities to students and residents.