Why Are More People Developing Nearsightedness?A new study from the British Journal of Ophthalmology finds that increased use of phones and tablets could make children more likely to be nearsighted. It’s an eyesight trend that’s been on the rise for decades.
Are Consumer Catalogs Making A Comeback?This holiday season, Amazon announced it will send out a traditional 35-page catalog filled with toys.
Where Did 'I Voted' Stickers Come From?They're now just a part of voting -- those little red stickers we wear to show everyone we did our civic duty.
What Can You Wear To The Polls?In June of this year, the United States Supreme Court struck down a Minnesota law that banned voters from wearing political attire at the polls. Following that decision, the Secretary of State’s office revised its guidance and what is and is not allowed in the polling place on Election day.
How Did Pumpkins Become The Symbol Of Halloween?Like trees for Christmas, or eggs for Easter, pumpkins pop up everywhere around Halloween. But how did pumpkins become the symbol of Halloween? Good Question.
What Is Birthright Citizenship?Just one week before the election, President Trump said he can change what it means to be born in America. In an interview with Axios, he says wants to challenge birthright citizenship, which has been part of the United States Constitution for 150 years.
Can We Trust Election Polls?In the week before Nov. 8, 2016, many of the polls showed Hillary Clinton ahead. After a win by Donald Trump, that had some questioning whether they should even trust polls anymore.
When Should You Buy Organic?We try to eat healthier, especially when feeding our families. That can get expensive, so when does it pay to go organic? To get the USDA Organic Seal, crops cannot have any genetically-modified organisms, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, irradiation or certain pesticides. A short list of pesticides are allowed.