What makes the YMUW successful is that we operate like a tribe that uses a shared "way," or method, so that all of our mentors are teaching and modeling the same values and codes of conduct. Through community mentorship and discussion, we're showing our sons that they're not alone in their fears, concerns and worries about growing up. And by challenging them mentally, emotionally and physically, we're creating a rite of passage -- a formal line of demarcation to say, "You're not a boy anymore." … [Read more...] about Why it will take a village to save our sons
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"The Capital Development Authority (CDA) in Islamabad mercilessly shoots or poisons dozens of stray dogs at a time. This kind of cruelty makes people insensitive towards animals," said Khan, adding that the government needs to invest in a countrywide animal rights awareness program. … [Read more...] about ‘World’s loneliest elephant’ Kaavan arrives in Cambodia, greeted by Cher
Playz My First Coding & Computer Science Kit Play with code without a computer Playz I love this thing, too! First, it allows you to be geeky even if you're on a camping trip or have a power outage. So, if you're living through an apocalypse (what? too soon?) and still want to teach your kid to code, this is a great place to start. … [Read more...] about Robots for kids: STEM kits and more tech gifts for hackers of all ages
The Scarsdale diet gained immense popularity in the 1970s as the go-to quick weight loss program. So, how did the Scarsdale diet start? As per the reports, Dr. Tarnower wrote his weight loss program as a two page diet sheet that he gave to his patients to lose weight for improving heart health. Soon after, the diet became popular and he published a book 'The Complete Scarsdale Medical Diet Plus Dr. Tarnower's Lifetime Keep-Slim Program' in 1979. … [Read more...] about What Is The Scarsdale Diet? Does It Help In Weight Loss?
NASA noncommittal so far ... While he said there were a number of good choices, Pomerantz said perhaps the Mississippi center where rocket engines are tested should be renamed in honor of Mae Jemison, the first Black woman in space. In a statement, NASA responded that the agency is dedicated to advancing diversity but did not agree or disagree with the idea of renaming the center. Personally, I would also suggest Annie Easley, who played a role in the development of Centaur, arguably the most successful upper stage of all time, and is from neighboring Alabama. … [Read more...] about Rocket Report: Used Falcon 9s to launch humans, Scottish spaceport advances