The European beaver was brought back from near extinction and now thrives across the continent. But this conservation success story may have had at least one unintended and potentially harmful consequence. Scientists report in ACS’ journal Environmental Science & Technology that when beavers build new dams where no previous beaver colonies existed, downstream levels…

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Based on this information, NASA is able to figure out the change of Earths climates, such as global warming.

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Going green? Find out how going green is beneficial to Earth and discover ways YOU can help keep the environment safe. credit: NASA

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To boost young children"s vocabulary, new research shows we have to show kids what we"re talking about.

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Bullied teens assemble at a forum to discuss their stories and ways to combat bullying.

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Officials look to crack down on teenage binge drinking.

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With so many kids in this country overweight or obese, it"s especially discouraging that nearly half of all school children have no regular gym class. Now some communities are finding ways around that, helping kids learn and grow in a healthier way.

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Woman gives birth to unusually large baby.

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Blind teacher works hard and brings joy to her co-workers and students.

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Self-defense courses are still popular, teaching students the art of fighting back.

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A Vanderbilt University engineering graduate student is researching how technology can be used to teach math skills to the visually impaired.credit:Vanderbilt University

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American Academy Pediatrics has advice for parents who children ask questions about 9/11.

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Kevin Tibbles (NBC Nightly News) reports on how doctors are Making a Difference for America"s military kids....providing something extra when they come in for a checkup.

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Nkoyo Lyamba reports on the adjustments many college freshman face as they start their new student life, including a higher risk of being exposed to some diseases.

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A Florida high school senior joins his classmates on the first day of school while fighting bone cancer.

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The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated its policy on boxing. It focuses on the serious risk of face and head injuries of teens stepping inside the ring.

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What makes a good math teacher? A teacher who "not only knows her math, but loves teaching as well," says Sarah Irvine Belson, dean of education at American University (AU). Irvine Belson, Maxine Singer, and John Nolan are principal investigators for Math for America (MfA) DC, a program that selects college graduates with an interest…

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A new survey is giving insight into the way moms are really feeling about the challenges of parenthood, kids, sex, and more.

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Teacher inspires students to meet their grade goals by promising to get a tattoo of the vice-principal.

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Back to school can be challenging for some kids. An expert has some tips on how to help kids make a healthy adjustments.

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Cooking class offers to teach men proper kitchen skills to please their significant other.

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Last year a quarter of U.S. college students sought mental health services. Many were diagnosed with clinical depression.

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A long term study links high-quality preschool experiences with higher education later in life.

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Studies show students in colleges and universities are needing more counseling for mental health issues than ever before.

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University of Chicago psychologist Susan Levine has found that early exposure to mathematics words prepares students for success later in school. Credit: National Science Foundation and the University of Chicago

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