- School Stuff
B.O. (body odor) is a big side effect of puberty and if you don't take proper care of it, it can be an unpleasant smell. Not just for you, but also for the people that surround you.
OH NO! Your favorite pair of shoes are starting to feel tight already. Your jeans are tearing at the knees. Your sunglasses now make your head look like you have wings. You've finally got your growth spurt.
Being a positive person who's happy about life isn't as hard as it sounds - it's a choice you make. Think about it: you can always choose to be upset or to stay upbeat, no matter what life throws at you. Here are some other basic rules of being happy.
Do you love junk food? Ever wondered if you'd be a fry or a hamburger? Find out what kind of junk food are you by taking the quiz!
It’s No Name-Calling Week (January 21 - 25, 2013)! What are you doing to participate in this important event?
You know what blood is: it's that red stuff that oozes out if you get a cut. The average person has about 1 to 1.5 gallons (4-6 liters) of it. But what is blood, really, and where does it come from?
Eskimo Pie is a hard chocolate-covered vanilla ice cream bar wrapped in foil. The yummy treat would never have been invented had it not been for one observant boy whose friend couldn't make up his mind.
What do you know about turkeys? Check out these weird turkey facts!
Ah … some chocolate never goes out of style! From – these are the Halloween treats you never trade and, possibly, save to savor until the rest of your candy stash is long-gone!
Sure, there's the costumes, the ghost stories and the pranks – but deep down we all know the best thing about Halloween is THE CANDY! That’s why we’re listing the WORST Halloween treats of all time!
Not only are myths and urban legends fun to read about – it’s also a lot of fun trying to find out exactly how they started. Plus, candy is, well, great, so we decided to put the two together to bring you the Top 5 Candy Myths of all time.
There are over 100,000 people waiting for transplants. Only 77 people a day actually receive a transplant. A new organ or tissue can save someone’s life.
My mama won’t let me shave – she says I’m too young. What do I do?
I woke up one day with some pains in the lower part of my body and when I checked my panties, there was a sticky brown discharge. Can you tell me what it is?
June 9 is National Sugar Cookie Day – celebrate by whipping up a batch of these yummy treats!
While most bug bites and stings are just a tiny bit painful, itchy or annoying, there are some insects that can mean trouble when they bite you. It’s time to get acquainted with the critters that want to take a bite out of you!
While Mother Nature means well, she did give certain plants you’ll find in the woods natural defense mechanisms that may actually harm you.
So, what’s the real deal with organic foods these days? Maybe your parents are on a health kick or your school cafeteria has started serving some organic choices for lunch – KW’s got the goods on going organic.
You may have seen or heard the word before – ASPARTAME. An artificial sweetener, it’s one of the two most commonly used food additives in the products you buy from the grocery store and eat in restaurants. (The other is MSG).
June 6 is Applesauce Cake Day! Celebrate by making this delicious and easy sweet loaf recipe!