We never used to think of chubby kids as being anything other than adorable, but researchers are now more concerned about children’s eating habits now that more Americans are being considered obese.
According to a new study, 40 percent of American children enter kindergarten with a body mass index (BMI) greater than the 75 percentile. Anything over the 85th percentile is considered “overweight,” and over the 95th percentile is “obese.”
Ever wonder if some of those ‘X-Men‘ super powers can be duplicated in real life? Well, one little boy inadvertently figured out how to harness the power of Banshee, who can shatter glass with his super-sonic voice.
Sick of the Christmas lights arms race? Well, this clever family did something about every house on the block trying to outdo each other with over-the-top light displays with this pithy and highly effective message. Check out a photo, which has been circulating on Facebook, of the best Christmas lights display ever below.
According to a Harris Interactive survey of adults planning to buy children’s presents this holiday season, the most popular kid’s gift items — more popular than video games, board games and dolls — are books.
Facebook, Twitter and all the other social media sites have changed the way young people interact with each other, but according to a survey from Poll Position, the majority of Americans don’t think this has been a change for the better.
According to the DuPont Automotive Color Popularity Report, which has been tracking worldwide trends in car colors for 59 years, white and silver tied for the most popular car colors on the planet in 2011, each grabbing 22 percent of the market share.
If you watch carefully, it’s not hard to see how Biola University professor Matthew Weathers seamlessly goes from speaking to his class in person to appearing in a YouTube video projected on the classroom’s movie screen. But it’s still a neat trick, and it even comes with a timely lesson about the spirit of Thanksgiving. Watch the coolest lesson ever below.
New York police removed Occupy Wall Street protesters from their Zucotti Park in an early morning raid this week, and it seems the majority of everybody else couldn’t be happier. According to a telephone survey of 1,170 Americans from Poll Position, 54 percent of Americans agreed with New York’s decision to oust the protesters, who’ve been based in the park for the last two months.
Every story your grandfather told you about how many miles he walked in the snow to get to school has been obliterated by what students in the Chinese village of Pili have to go through to get their learning on.
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