Weather invariably comes into play at certain points during the Tour de France, especially when some tour stages can be greater than 100 miles in length.
Many swimmers don't think about the effects of pee and trust the power of the chemicals in the water. However, the chemical byproducts that result from urine and chlorine aren’t as harmless as some swimmers may think.
Saving the planet’s oceans from plastic pollution isn’t on the agenda of a typical sixth grader. However, Anna Du is working to achieve just that.
The days between July 3 and Aug. 11, often referred to as the "dog days," are some of the hottest in the Northern Hemisphere. However, the burden these days place upon our beloved canine companions has nothing to do with the phrase's origin.
You may have never heard of it before, but a not-so-new type of weed has again infested parts of Canada - and it can be very dangerous.
Whether it’s for a recreational trip through the wilderness or a competitive distance race, cyclists always need to take the weather into account before they ride.
Thousands of miles of ancient, man-made aqueducts were once vital to the salt trade of the Silk Road during a time of worldwide coastal flooding, which rendered many sea salt basins useless.
On your next trip to the beach, keep in mind that the water’s conditions might not be as safe as they may appear.