A recent Johns Hopkins study found that today’s kids are so inactive that by the time they reach 19 they have the activity level of 60-year-olds.
I have a piece in today’s Wall Street Journal, “19 is the New 60,” looking at childhood sluggishness and making one blindingly simple suggestion.
The man quickly shook his head and mouthed, "That's my mom," to the camera.
He looks disgusted, and when his alleged mother looks up from her phone, she looks equally horrified.
To get their free cup, moms can just display an online coupon available at Pilot Flying J’s Facebook page at the time of purchase in-store. Well, whether it’s standard procedure or improvisation by the troopers, the point was to set up a rolling road block behind a runaway rig that’s the unwitting star of this Dash Cam of the Week....
By Sean Dowling (Buzz60) All eyes are on a baby koala in California, who has just left her mother's pouch for the first time!
Facebook announced that in addition to the reaction button, users can support a cause, send a personalized card, or add frames and masks to your pictures.
Users might see an option to share a card in their News Feed, while mobile users can use the camera in the Facebook app to add on different masks and frames to pictures.
The company rolled out the icon once more, and has added several additional ways to express your gratitude for your mom.
Beliefs and behaviors that were already rising simply continue to do […] An exchange between an 18-year-old and her mom has gone viral, reports the website Shareably: Kaelyn is 18, has graduated high school, and is going to be leaving for college shortly.
Before she leaves, she decided to have a movie night with long-time friend Stevie.
The company also noted that users in the United States can start a fundraiser or donate to a cause in honor of their mother.
According to Facebook, people thanking their mothers “drove more posts in one day than any other topic on Facebook, with more than 105 million Mother’s Day posts” in 2016.
A research team at the University of Pennsylvania found that puppies destined for guide dog training are more likely to […] This is a topic covered often by commenter Donald Christensen, who points out that repetition turns into belief. — our brains soak it up and eventually incorporate it as “The way things are.” This brilliant short […] This remarkable piece in The Atlantic by psychologist Jean Twenge looks at the emotional demographics of Millennials.