The teen says he noticed for months that other students were wearing the accessory without being penalized.
When you wake up in the morning to the sound of your alarm after a less than satisfactory night’s sleep, it can be all too tempting to press the snooze button and stay in bed for a few extra minutes. Experts from Sleep Clinic Services have explained why you should refrain from pushing the enticing snooze button, as it can lead to extended periods of sleep inertia. Sleep inertia is the feeling of grogginess that many people have when they get up in the morning, as explained by Silentnight.
Ami McClure, mom to the McClure twins, opens up to Yahoo Lifestyle about why she and her husband waited to tell the world that Justin is not their biological father.
Some moms and dads are now thinking of adding bulletproof backpack shields to their lists of school supplies to pick up. Should you consider them?
Breastfeeding is a hot topic on social media these days — but what actually allows your body to produce milk? Here's a breakdown of what you need to know.
A U.K. woman's warning is going viral after discovering that her "ugly" curved fingernails were actually a sign of lung cancer.
The woman was buying back-to-school supplies when an officer accused her of concealing shoplifted items underneath her shirt.
According to the Naz Church of Brighton, Mich., which has since apologized to the woman, breastfeeding causes men to men to "lust and stumble."
Students successfully changed their school districts' dress codes to be less gender-biased.
How can a basic breakfast potentially ruin someone's life? A mother in Maryland who ate a poppy seed bagel before going into labor wound up testing positive for opiates — and almost losing her newborn baby in the process.
The apple doesn't fall from the tree - especially if you're Christie Brinkley and 20-year-old daughter Sailor Brinkley Cook.
The ball gown didn't slow down the 16-year-old, despite getting heavier and muddier as the race wore on.
Steve Jobs's daughter, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, has written a memoir that shows a darker side of the tech mogul. "For him, I was a blot on a spectacular ascent," she writes, "as our story did not fit with the narrative of greatness and virtue he might have wanted for himself."