by Natalie Yera It’s now suspected that there are more tigers living in private homes and backyards than in the wild. About 80 percent of the wild cat species around the globe is shrinking, and 16 are considered vulnerable, endangered or critically endangered. Human activity is chiefly to blame: poaching, hunting, the destruction of habitat, loss of prey…
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By Shane Athridge In the firmament of European travel destinations, there are a few stars that burn brighter than all the others: Paris, Rome, London. Each is a glamorous, cosmopolitan metropolis with obvious historical significance, but the continent has more to offer than its urban all-star team. Though you may never have heard of it before,…
by Chantal Lozano Would you pay someone to cuddle? It may seem bizarre, but people would and people have. Cuddle therapy is a form of holistic healing with elements of massage therapy and psychological counseling. It could even be an option for the growing number of Americans reporting post-election emotional distress, or for those suffering…
The war in Syria has forced many children to leave their homes and schools. One professor is bringing Arabic language books to Syrian refugee children.
I set out to create four salads, from four countries, in four different parts of the world.
America is the world’s most generous nation on earth. In 2015, we donated over $373 billion to charities, according to the Annual Report on Philanthropy. Ever wonder which U.S. cities are the most giving? A good way to tell is by looking at the various charitable programs happening throughout a given city and how local urbanites…
Photo of Lydia Edwards, Sandra Aleman-Nijjar, and Pastor Britta Meiers Carlson at the East Boston Community Soup Kitchen by Casey Walker by Casey Walker East Boston has always been a diverse neighborhood populated by immigrants, and the area maintains the highest concentration of foreign-born residents in the city of Boston. But as new developments pop…
Everyone should be able to travel. People with disabilities and their caretakers can take these steps to plan a smooth and accessible trip:
Colorado legalized marijuana for recreational use in 2012 and four states followed suit this week. Could marijuana be the new tool to fight insomnia?