We talk to two experts who say children take to science readily if it’s presented in the right way by tapping into the “ick factor” that seems to fascinate them.
We talk to a mom and an author who together have created a children’s book and game designed to make giving back to others a fun pursuit.
We delve into how Jimmy Stewart’s war service affected the actor and his choice of roles and acting style for the rest of his life.
How are bad habits created and why? A behavioral specialist explains and gives us ways to help give resolutions some staying power.
In 2004 we spoke with activist Tom Hayden, who passed away last month. His hopeful, yet controversial, thoughts on gangs and violence can still be beneficial.
Does working crossword puzzles, Sudoku, and playing other games help prevent Alzheimer’s and dementia?