Health

Celebrate Healthcare Heroes with History Heroes and Julia Donaldson

Celebrate the hard work of our healthcare heroes this holiday season & encourage kids to do the same with History…

November 11, 2020

‘I Believe In Me’ by Cheng Chi Sing (AKA Soolooka)

Cute illustrations with powerful messages make 'I Believe In Me' by Cheng Chi Sing a fun little read about loving…

October 20, 2020

Noom: Fad Diet or Worth Your Time?

Noom is the latest diet to hit the scene and Dakster Sullivan checks it out to see if it's a…

June 30, 2020

Inertia and Working From Home

Inertia makes it hard to separate your day into "work" and "non-work" hours when working from home. Without a closing…

May 27, 2020

Disney Springs and COVID-19: Is The Magic Still There?

Disney Springs at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida has made some changes to allow guest to visit again while…

May 27, 2020

Little Home Schools Everywhere: Meet Little Medical School

“Classroom in a box” from Little Medical School is a great way to kick start or rejuvenate science class at…

April 22, 2020

Gaming Is Good for Your Health: Self-Medicating With Games

Based on her panel at PAX Aust 2019, Evil Genius Mum gives us the whole discussion on how gaming is…

April 21, 2020

Zoom Is the Tool of the Extrovert

Constant video conferencing can be quite the drain on an introvert.

April 9, 2020

Social (Media) Distancing: A Stress Break

Stress can kill Rebecca Angel. But everyone is at risk of stress-induced illness. Learn how to reduce stress by tuning…

April 3, 2020

Bound Only By the Limits of My Imagination

What, me worry about being in quarantine? I'm too busy daydreaming to notice.

March 24, 2020

There’s Too Much to Do During a Quarantine

Looking for ways to keep busy during a quarantine? You're apparently not me, then.

March 19, 2020

Viruses as Weapons? Caltech Biologist Doesn’t Think So

Viruses have been used as weapons in movies and conspiracy theories for years, but is it plausible? A Caltech biologist…

March 18, 2020

The Coronavirus Survival Survival Guide

Things are getting real here in the US, and having everyone home all together while trying to stay sane and…

March 13, 2020

Family Sick Days Can Be Good

Why is it so hard to call off sick? When we're all in it together, sick days become a relief.

March 6, 2020

Talking to Your Kids about the Coronavirus

Take a look at the comic strip designed to help kids understand the coronavirus and how it impacts them, courtesy…

March 2, 2020

Inward Bound Mindfulness Education

iBme is an organization dedicated to bringing mindfulness to teens through retreats that foster inward growth. Here is an interview…

February 4, 2020

Finding a Therapist Can Be Harder Than Admitting You Need One

GeekMom Elizabeth discusses the challenges in finding a therapist for her anxiety and depression.

February 2, 2020

Tricks to Play on Your Brain

You can't just order yourself to do what you need to (at least not with executive disfunction): sometimes you have…

January 24, 2020

House (and Town, and University, and…) of My Dreams

Amy thinks about the settings of her dreams, and how they might relate to her waking life, in her small…

December 2, 2019

What Science Can and Can’t Tell Us About Social Media and Mental Health

Does social media negatively impact the mental health of its users? Looking at the data available, signs point to yes,…

November 21, 2019