THE FIRST COMPUTER THAT CAN BE CALLED A "PERSONAL" COMPUTER was the minicomputer, developed in the mid-1960s. It was large (about the size of a refrigerator) and expensive (tens of thousands of dollars). Its inventors likely could never have imagined that just 60 years later, nearly everyone… Read more

ACCORDING TO THE NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION (NSF), teens need about eight to 10 hours of sleep every day, but only 15 percent of them get more than eight hours a night. Read more

COLLEGE ISN'T FOR EVERYONE. It’s a hard truth to swallow, especially for students who find themselves disinterested or disheartened during their tenure at a four-year university, and those who’ve been preached to their entire academic lives about the absolute necessity of a college degree. B… Read more