In second grade, Caitlin Clark made a list of her goals and on that list she wrote – “Play in the WNBA.” Her mom still has her second-grade goal list.  Of all the junk parents save, this is actually pretty cool. We can learn a lesson from Caitlin… and from an old boss I used […]

Unless you are a robot, you will get angry. It’s very much part of the human experience. Yet, being frustrated, disappointed or angry are places we don’t want to live for extended periods of time. If you ever find yourself wanting to rid yourself of these feelings, there are two simple things you can try […]

Let’s get to the bottom of farting. Everybody passes gas—it’s a natural part of being human. But what causes it, and how many a day is “normal”? Gas comes from two sources: air and real gas. Air, which is mostly odorless, results from swallowing. Real gas is produced when bacteria in the colon ferments food. […] The post How many farts a day is considered “normal”? appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

Here’s a study you might not think is necessary, but interesting nonetheless – why are we comforted by Teddy Bears (or maybe stuffed animals, in general)? “Teddy Bears” origins go back over 100 years, at least in terms of referring to a stuffed bear that way. A cartoon in 1902 depicted President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt […]

Pound for pound, Americans are overweight. Both as a stereotype and in reality. Nearly 42% of adults in the U.S. are obese. Obesity-related medical treatments cost about $190.2 billion per year. Work absenteeism due to obesity costs around $4.3 billion annually. Some places contribute more to this problem than others. WalletHub compared 100 of the […] The post Tipping the scales: 2 Indiana cities make top 100 list appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.