A new press release states: “Improving or maintaining physical fitness appears to help obese and overweight children reach a healthy weight.” The Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University analyzed 1,882 out of shape students who became fit. The study took place over four years.
Dallas Watts, a 78-year-old veteran from Toledo, Ohio, did not allow weapons in his house while his children were growing up so he doesn’t own one. But, after being beaten by six juveniles aged 11 to 17 last Saturday in the name of Trayvon Martin, he says he will buy a gun and obtain a permit.
Some recent reports about Google’s impressive and ever-evolving technology make it seem like human beings are in danger of forgetting how to do some very basic tasks using their own brainpower.
The entire Nation is a victim in the death of Trayvon Martin. The emotionally charged national conversation that has followed the tragic killing of Martin has turned what was the story of two individuals who crossed paths and were involved in an altercation that resulted in a death into a speculative hate-fest.
Some parents in Park Slope, a Brooklyn neighborhood, want ice cream vendors banned from the area. Apparently, the sight of ice cream makes parenting difficult and causes mental anguish for the children.
The roads of Massachusetts became more dangerous as of April 2. Onyango Obama, the President’s illegal-alien uncle, has been granted a hardship driver’s license.
President Barack Obama is blaming Republicans and journalists for the public’s perception that he is an ultra-liberal left-wing socialist. “This bears on your reporting,” he said to those in the audience during a statement airing on CSPAN.
Every year, kids are entering puberty earlier and earlier. Cases have been cited of girls showing signs of puberty as early as age 4. The chemical Bisphenol A, commonly referred to as BPA, may be the culprit.
Christine Faith Baker, a prostitute in Bradenton, Fla., has been arrested for offering sex in exchange for McDonald’s hamburgers.
The New York City Department of Education (NYCDE) issued a list of words and topics that to omit from the questions of standardized tests. The list, which the NYCDE believes is “sensitive to student backgrounds,” is meant to prevent “unpleasant emotions.”