Watch These Shikoku Puppies Explore The Great Snowy Outdoors!

Whenever it snows, my mind wanders to how manychildren (and some adults) will jump atthe opportunity to go sledding the next day, or make snow angels. Sometimes, I forget that animals love playing in the snow, too! Watching these six dogs horsing aroundin the snowdefinitely convinced us that our pets love frolicking in the fresh powder just as much...

Ideas sought to fight top US work injury: hearing loss

Eight years ago, Jeff Ammon, now 55, began noticing a feeling of pressure in his ears every day after work.Over the next months, when his symptoms progressed into a slight loss of hearing and sensitivity to noise, he became worried. Ammon, a construction worker for 32 years, eventually started wearing ear protection hoping this would address these complaints but...

If US national parks are to continue to thrive they must reflect the diversity of our population

As the National Park Service turns 100, a new campaign aims to make the countrys natural spaces more appealing to all Americans, regardless of race, over the next centuryIn the sweltering heat of a summer day, I walked along the visitor trails of Yosemite national park. I had just made the five-hour drive from my childhood home in Los...

He Put A Bed Frame In His Yard To Add A Country Vibe To His City Apartment

When you live in a concrete jungle, it's easy to start missing the great outdoors. You miss the trees, you miss the open spaces, and you even begin to miss the yard that you had to mow a billion times a year.But if you're growing tired of your concrete space, have no fear. With a little creativity...

Miami Police Gives Out Bug Spray To Homeless To Protect Against Zika

As concerns over the Zika outbreak continue to grow in Florida, police are working to protect some of its most vulnerable residents, homeless individuals.  Miami police officers are giving out bug spray to homeless residents in Wynwood, Miami, according to ABC News, an area where the first cases of locally transmitted cases of Zika in the U.S. were identified....

How technology is helping us see the unseeable

Theres so much more to life than what we can see with the naked eye. Were unable to see or at least register certain things that happen right before us, because they happen too fast. Sometimes, we miss out on subtle colour transitions and contrasts that could help us see more clearly and make a more informed split-second...