Did you know that in 2015, the majority of college degrees awarded were in business fields? In the first part of this ongoing series, The Culverhouse College of Business at The University of Alabama shares things you can do with a business degree. Read more


According to a recent survey, only 30% of American families report eating at least three meals together in a week, while 10% report eating no meals together! Read more

teen health

We get it—it feels like teachers are determined to make sure you have no time for fun after school. But there are plenty of things you can do to work more productively and efficiently. Read more

Life Skills

Of the 60 million people in the U.S. who have acne, 20% have some form of acne severe enough that it results in scarring. Acne is stressful enough; scarring makes it even worse! Read more

teen health

Davey Long knew from the start he wanted to pursue a career in healthcare. He explained, “It may sound cheesy, but I grew up watching Batman and Superman cartoons, and always wanted to help people because of the characters I looked up to as a child.” Read more


According to Dr. Norma Dawkins, a professor in Tuskegee University’s Food and Nutritional Science (FNS) Department, food and nutritional science is the study of the body’s utilization of food for growth and development, health, and well-being. Read more


We won’t deny it- All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) are fun. You’ve probably taken a ride on an ATV at some point, or maybe you’ve even driven one. However, the thrill of the ride comes with major risks. Read more

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The conversation about the safety of the product misses the point. The fact that nicotine is more addictive than heroin and can permanently change the brain, especially when the prefrontal cortex is not fully developed, is the point. Read more

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