In the last decade, the rate of teens reporting a recent bout of clinical depression grew by 37 percent and suicide rates have been rising dramatically, but parents and teens often are not talking about it.
Epcot, which has received little attention while other Walt Disney World parks have benefited from a building spree in the last five years, will get the lion’s share of new attractions, including major new rides based on the ‘Ratatouille’ movie and Marvel’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy.’
Matthew Kenney brought his brand of plant-based cuisine to Miami and the restaurant, but amid a nasty legal fight, the celebrity chef disputes who now controls Plant Food and Wine. Meanwhile, his legal troubles simmer in Maine, California and even faraway Thailand.
On Friday, Transportation Security Administration officials at Miami International Airport gave a behind-the-scenes look at some of the technology deployed to screen passengers for harmful — or downright odd — items not allowed on airplanes.
The Manhattan Toy Company recalled all 15,000 Winkel Colorbust Activity Toys sold in the United States and Canada because parts of the toy can break off and choke the infants for whom it’s supposed to be designed.
Dr. Alfred Ketcham served as chief of surgical oncology at the University of Miami’s Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center for 21 years. Earlier, at Bethesda’s National Cancer Institute, he pioneered surgeries for advanced malignancies.
He spent nearly two weeks touring China’s major travel sites including the Big Three — the Great Wall, the terracotta warriors and a protective park for pandas. He traveled by foot, bicycles, boats, buses, planes, and various styles of taxi.
The question is: Which sport is most likely to lead to a college scholarship? Which sport is most likely to lead to a pro contract? And which sport is most likely to get a young athlete seriously hurt, as in a traumatic brain injury?