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Fri, Oct 24, 2014 2:47 PM
When shopping for a costume for her 4-year-old daughter, Raina Delisle was shocked to find outfits featuring calf-high, high-heeled boots and mini skirts.
A Florida State University professor has taken cat pictures shared on social media and plotted them on a global map.
The pocket fire extinguisher was inspired by a child's science experiment as a low-cost way to protect those living in poor communities.
Adjusting to life post-Iraq hasn't been easy for Stephen Simmons, but with his dog and cat by his side, he's climbing mountains and working to improve the lives of other veterans.
Police chief refuses to intervene and offers his support for the rights of breastfeeding mothers.
These 5 steps will help keep you safe wherever you are when lightning strikes.
If you’re thinking about getting some ink, consider these potential health risks before you commit.
Istanbul is home to 150,000 stray cats and dogs, and Pugedon's Smart Recycling Boxes are helping feed them by dispensing pet food whenever a plastic bottle is recycled.
Researchers find that when moms of children with disabilities get stress relief, the whole family benefits.
Can a visit to a dank old prison be fun for the whole family? Yes, yes it can!
Instead of killing sharks, a humane relocation strategy has led to a 97 percent drop in attacks over 8 years, a new study finds.
From acetaminophen to anti-inflammatories, not all nonprescription pain drugs are created equal. Here’s how to choose from the confusing array, plus natural alternatives.
Detroit-area dad creates a go-cart track and a movie screen to bring family entertainment to his neighborhood.
The harmful toxin responsible for the shutdown of Toledo’s water taps is on the rise, and experts suggest that farming and climate change may be to blame.
New study finds that kids who play in moderation are happier, better adjusted, and more compassionate than their non-gaming peers.
Lego's new set features a paleontologist, an astronomer and a chemist — all of them female.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.