Source: The New York Times
Read this article to learn about several visual artists who continue to create works of art after suffering vision loss.
Studies suggest that the majority of visitors to national parks and other public natural spaces in our country are white. This article examines that trend and looks at ways to encourage people of more diverse ethnic backgrounds to enjoy the great outdoors.
Find out how a group of immigrants from all over the world are working to overcome the obstacles that would prevent them from contributing meaningfully to their new home.
Food industries did not always have the best interests of their consumers in mind. This is especially the case with “embalmed milk,” a tainted dairy product.
How important to our well-being are our relationships with others? Read to learn about a 2017 study that suggests there are benefits to having close friendships as a teenager.
Source: Psychology Spot
Even though you know that what you’re seeing onscreen isn’t real, your brain can react to a horror movie as though it is.
You may think you are in control while grocery shopping, but watch the video to learn how supermarket design can impact the decisions you make.
Journalist Tara Haelle examines data on the health risks of football and weighs the risks of playing at a young age.
Source: The Guardian
Scientists have developed a new treatment for a common cause of blindness. Could it be a breakthrough for preventing vision loss? Click here to learn more.
Source: Business Insider
Need a reason to get outside? Here are 12 benefits of spending time in nature.