The summer job is a rite of passage for most teens. It can also often be a bone of contention between parents, who’d like to see their kids earn money and be responsible when school is out, and children, who would rather enjoy as much time with friends in the sun as they can.
Various medical studies have found that tanning, whether it be done under natural or artificial light, can greatly increase your risk of skin cancer. If anyone’s a prime example of that, it’d be Patricia Krentcil. Despite this blatant fact, a new survey from the American Academy of Dermatology has found that younger people, in particular, are still embracing tanning.
Skinny jeans may be fashionable, but if they are too skinny they may cause permanent nerve damage.
That is the downside of being trendy according to Karen Boyle, a doctor at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. In fact, folks who like to keep things tight on their bottom half run the risk of developing a condition with a scary name.
Taking a pet with you on vacation can be a challenge. Just ask Mitt Romney, who still gets grief about the time he strapped his Irish Setter — who was suffering from diarrhea — to the roof of his car during a family trip in 1983. Nevertheless, it seems that most pet owners still take their favorite furball on vacation with them.
There are two things you should know about cheerleaders. One, they are serious athletes. And, two, is that cheerleading is by far the most dangerous sport for high school and college girls in terms of injuries suffered.
This week, the Supreme Court is hearing arguments about Arizona’s SB 1070, which makes it a crime to live and work in Arizona illegally, and allows local law enforcement to check people in the state on their immigration status.
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