A new math game GASHA GO! for kids in kindergarten through third grade build kids' number sense.
Everyone’s favorite midwives aren’t the only addition to the Sunday night drama lineup. We’ll be airing three new programs as part of the Masterpiece lineup this spring!
On Second Thought is a one-hour, daily news talk show that airs at 9 a.m. ET weekdays.
Program recognizes 30 teachers nominated by their local PBS stations as leaders in their education communities
So, how was your National Signing Day…???
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Vitamin B-9, Folic Acid, is cheap and available. It can help protect your baby against some dreadful birth defects. But Dr. Sandy says there is just one catch.
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Everybody knows exercise is good for them. You may say yeah...but I don’t have the time.
WRONG! You'll be surprise just how little time it takes to make a big difference!
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Nuts are a good source of vitamins, fiber, and healthy mono-unsaturated fats. They’re packed with nutrients, but high in calories. Don’t overdo it! Learn more about the health benefits of nuts in...
In this segment of Ask Dr. Sandy learn the truth about vitamin C's effectiveness in treating and preventing the common cold.
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Attention fellow baby boomers!
The CDC says all of us should be tested for Hepatitis C. Hepatitis C is a death threat. Find out if it's threatening you. Learn more in the videos below.
If living better and longer aren’t reward enough for controlling your weight, how about money?
Some 67% of large employers now offer some sort of financial incentive to encourage healthy behaviors...
The third annual Be Healthy Georgia Day will be at the capitol this coming Saturday, March 9, 2013. The family event is completely free and concludes at 12pm.
First Lady Michelle Obama and Sesame Street's Big Bird teamed up to film two public service announcements encouraging kids to eat healthy and get active.
Word is out from the CDC Georgians are indeed as fat as we appear. Officially, 28% of us breezed past “overweight” and into the “obese” category.
I have seen a lot of people forgo their lunch whether they are college students rushing to classes, people trying to lose weight, or employees trying to get through piles of paperwork (only to receive even more of them).