When Sawyer Rosenstein was in middle school, he was bullied on a daily basis. Rather than hide it, ignore it, or fight back like many children, Rosenstein informed the principal and his guidance counselor, MSNBC reports. Then in May 2006, the bully punched him in the back, sending him to his knees.
The arrival of winter turns many American’s thoughts toward blankets of snow. This can inspire some to venture north for snow skiing or snowboarding. Others avoid these activities, out of fear of injury. Of course with every potentially dangerous activity, there is a risk of injury. Certainly
So associated with our country that our National Anthem is often misinterpreted to include them, fireworks are a part of most Independence Day celebrations. Though the “rockets’ red glare” refers to shells and bombs rather than fireworks, they are still considered a very American way to ob
At the end of last month, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a recall for close to 1 million pool drain covers. USA Today reported on the recall, noting that this could cause pools to close across the country. Pool drain covers are required by law and are designed to keep swimme
Riding a bicycle is fun, keeps you active, is environmentally friendly and can be a great way to stay in shape. Although bike riding is a common practice in Florida, like many activities, it does have its risks. Data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows among US bicyclists,