by Logan Wood With COVID-19 rates spiking, Americans face another period of lockdown and seclusion from loved ones, jobs, school, etc. According to the CDC, this seclusion not only negatively affects mental health but also
by Matthew Devoti Your child is nearing a landmark birthday. In a handful of months, she’ll be eligible to obtain her permit to drive. She’s already talking about taking the family car to school, her
by Rachel Gore Living on your own? You aren’t the only one. A growing percentage of people are living solo, with the U.S. Census Bureau reporting in 2019 that over one in four (28%) American
In a 2016 study published in Pediatrics, researchers found that in 2010, there were 581 emergency department visits for trampoline park injuries (TPIs). Just four years later, in 2014, there were nearly 7,000.
When it comes to the safety of children, most schools are not only conducting fire and tornado drills but lockdown drills as well.
by Florence Murray Learning to swim is a matter of trust. Trusting your Mom or Dad not to let go, trusting the lifeguard to watch you swim to the side, trusting the other children not
Rideshare offer the convenience of leaving the driving to others if you want to go out on the town. But using them is not without risk.