A study at The University of Pittsburgh found that participants who most frequently checked social media throughout the day had 2.6 times the risk of reporting eating and body image concerns compared with those who checked least frequently. Social media, or media in general, do not cause an eating disorder, but research shows they can...
The goal is raising awareness by giving people concrete steps they can take to get involved.
Spring’s the perfect time to fly a kite, take a hike and enjoy outdoor festivals.
Pittsburgh is a trailblazer in protecting the rights of pregnant women and their partners. A new law took effect in the City of Pittsburgh in April that protects employees throughout pregnancy, and it’s one of the first in the country to offer those protections to the women’s partners as well. Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Erika Strassburger...
This is a common good. It leads to the success or failure of our region and our city.
The new school will combine state-mandated academics with project-based learning in the community.
There are plenty of reasons to dance, sing and make merry in Millvale.
Kidsburgh Ambassador Yu-Ling Behr and her daughters, Catheryn and Caroline, stop by Pittsburgh Today Live to show host Heather Abrahams a few great #MakerMonday activities. Try the Recycled Paper Flower or the Monster Bookmark at the Kidsburgh table at the Home & Garden Show. Or, make them at home along with the Play-Doh Maze and Button Bowl. For more Maker Monday activities,...
Summer is too short to fit in all the cool camps available for Pittsburgh kids.
Now is the time to register for kindergarten, but in the City of Pittsburgh, there are lots of options.
“In a world that has so much conflict, she makes you feel like there’s still hope.”
“Even 500 years later, Da Vinci’s work is still being studied. He still plays a part in our daily lives. It’s interesting to see this all in one setting.”
Families are often looking for ways to teach children about charity and helping others, and Kidsburgh is here to help!
If you look at the exhibit, you can see spider webs. A mathematician can find curves and parabolas. A doctor thinks it looks like a vascular system of the human body,
Making a difference in the world can deepen your family bond as you work together on a meaningful project.