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Many elementary, middle and secondary schools are integrating some form of farming or gardening into their classrooms and cafeterias. The chance to connect kids more closely with science, technology, engineering and mathematics — disciplines known as STEM — and other educational concepts as well as to the food they eat is among the reasons why.
These four people have found a place for their passion through their work with the USACE
The VA's National Cemetery Administration is overseeing the largest expansion of the national cemetery system since its inception during the Civil War.
An increasing number of employers are realizing that actively recruiting and hiring veterans is good for both their companies and their communities. These five award-winning companies are among those that do it best.
Chérie Martyn is quick to mention she's "not a tattoo person." She knows plenty of people who have tattoos, including some of her fellow Connecticut motorcycle enthusiasts, but they were never her thing. They weren't, that is, until last October, when she decided to cover the scars from a bilateral mastectomy she'd had almost three years before. ...
Treatment for breast cancer often means surgery, and women find their bodies irrevocably changed as a result. No one understands this better than a survivor herself. Here are four women, all breast cancer survivors, who created companies to meet the specific needs of a woman's body after breast cancer.
Profiles of 4 women in fashion who've built thriving careers outside of New York City
Your pet's well-being depends on how carefully you keep toxic substances out of reach. Here's how.
Sure, it's called the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, but there are lots of non-engineering jobs to be had in the Corps, which employs nearly 37,000 civilian and military personnel from archaeologists to social-media experts. Here is a look at six of the Corps' most unusual jobs—and the compelling people who do them.