Dungy's new collection of poetry asks us, in spite of the pain or difficulty of being human today, to find joy and vibrancy in our experiences.
By Elizabeth Flock
By PBS NewsHour
With a “heat dome” entering the national vocabulary, and predicted higher-than-normal temperatures in every state for the next three months, how can a person stay comfortable — and even more important, stay safe?…
By Lindzi Wessel, STAT
Kasey Jueds writes personal poems about childhood, memory, relationships and longing. “But I hope they’re not strictly autobiographical. I love when there is mystery left for other readers and that they aren’t so pinned down to my life that there…
By Mary Jo Brooks
By Colleen Shalby
The National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., turned their Great Hall into a massive beach complete with an ocean made of 700,000 to 1 million translucent plastic balls.
By Wendy Thomas Russell
Should I let my 9-year-old daughter wear a bikini? On the one hand, I wanted to support my kid’s choice of clothing. I certainly didn’t want to make her self-conscious about her body, not when puberty was around the corner.
What will you put on your hot dog this weekend? Ketchup? Mustard? Or both? Vote in our poll and tell us why in the comments.
By Nora Daly
Share your creative summer shortcuts.
The FDA announced Tuesday a series of changes in what consumers will see on sunscreen labels beginning next summer. Judy Woodruff discusses the new rules with The Skin Cancer Foundation's Dr. Ali Hendi.
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