A BLOCK: If you have trouble getting out of bed in the morning, you have lots of company. There’s actually a biological reason teens find it hard to wake up in time for school. As Benjamin reports, some scientists are saying SCHOOLS should be helping us get more sleep. CC: HEALTH
B BLOCK: E-Cigarettes, Vape Pens, Jules. Whatever you call them, you may think they’re an OK alternative to regular cigarettes. But as Scott reports, they’re NOT! CC: HEALTH
C BLOCK: In this week’s “Make the Grade” Christin gets a study tip from a high school student in Georgia.
Most of us know that eating fruit is important…but as Lauren reports, not all fruit is equal when it comes to sugar content. CC: HEALTH
Katie’s “Art Smart” report tells us about pop artist Andy Warhol. CC: ART
The National Road Safety Foundation brings us an important message about the dangers of driving distracted. CC: HEALTH
D BLOCK: In “Flag Facts”, Eric tells us why there’s a blindfolded woman on New York’s, state flag. CC: HISTORY
Eden finds out about a fertilizer that should PEE-k your interest CC: SCIENCE
E BLOCK: Emily talks with an expert from the American Red Cross about what to do if someone is suffering from Heat Exhaustion. CC: HEALTH
Hannah’s “Speak of the Week” question this week is: Would you rather have a penny a day, doubled each day for a month, or a million dollars up front? You might want to do the math before answering.