The friendship connection: Helping kids fit in!

Studies show as many as 15 to 20 percent of kindergarten students are socially rejected or ostracized by peers. With many students learning remotely during the pandemic, parents are worried that kids who were already having peer difficulties could backslide. Learn what teachers and parents can do. Dawna Miller has lots of mom experience. She’s […]

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Researchers are developing color-changing stickers for masks to detect COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to spread, researchers are looking for new and creative ways to help detect and manage cases. A team at the University of California San Diego is developing something to help do just that: a color-changing sticker. The sticker is a test strip and blister pack that can be placed on N95, surgical or […]

FGCU researchers didn’t see large patches of red tide during mission

FGCU researchers completed a red tide mission Thursday, where they studied the blooms in the Gulf off Southwest Florida’s coast. Visitors on some beaches told us they felt the impacts of red tide. We spoke to a man who walks along the beach at Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park in North Naples every morning, and he […]