Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. In fact, one in five of us will get it. The most common cause is too much sun, and most of the damage is done when we're kids. Choosing the right sunscreen is crucial.Click here for more...
SAN ANTONIO. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Can a quick meal be healthy, sugar free and gluten free? A young catering chef says, “Yes!”
“Vibrant! Something vibrant, something alive, young and fresh!” Heather Larican, “Sassy Chef Heather,” said.Click here for recipes...
Women in Science: The Gender Gap
RALEIGH, N.C. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Every day, it seems, science is teaching us something new about our world. But those discoveries are mainly being made by men. Studies show women are three times less likely to become scientific researchers, which is why some women in science are trying to change that.
Dedicating their lives to cancer research is more than a job for grad students Catherine Fahey and Aminah Wali.
In the United States 30 million people over the age of 16 don’t read well enough to fill out a job application. Being able to read impacts every aspect of our lives. Eleven-year-old, Maria Keller is doing her best to get the word out and help kids across the world learn to read with her non-profit Read Indeed. For more on her story and how you can help join in her effort to collect one million books, check out her website at www.readindeed.org. Read Ivanhoe's Report