Monthly Archive:: March 2020

Signs Your Child Might Be a Struggling Reader: Advice from a Teacher

Many parents think detecting reading problems in their child is a simple matter. If the child is reading slowly or not enjoying to read, then he is often thought to be having reading problems. However, there are other subtle and not so subtle hints that might lead

Should Children from Military Families Receive College Tuition Discounts?

With the rising tuition costs in America, many children from middle class and lower class homes may lose out on the opportunity of pursuing dreams and career goals because their families cannot afford the extra expenses of paying for college tuition. Military families are not wealthy families

Scoliosis: Know What it Is

Last month in July was Scoliosis Aware Month. Just what exactly is scoliosis? iScoliosis says that scoliosis is a condition where the spine is curved, causing it to be abnormal and can affect the spines of people at many different ages. There are usually two curves, in

Scoliosis is Not a Disease

Scoliosis is a term used to describe someone whose spine curves from side to side. This condition is most common in children and teenagers. A lot of people are under the impression that scoliosis is more common among girls, but in reality, it is diagnosed equally among

Robot Unicorn Attack was Good for the Brain

Of course, it needs to be muted. And maybe it would be better off if the game was dressed as something less…flamboyant looking. But most scientists in the field will admit that most games are extremely mentally stimulating. Of course, too much of a good thing can