Just because a Winter Olympics’ host city is farther north does not mean altitudes and weather conditions in which athletes compete are higher and snowier than Games held farther south. Temperatures vary with latitude and normally decrease with altitude, impacting snow amounts of host cities and their venues. Here is a look at where Winter Olympics have been held since 1960.
Study: ‘16 and Pregnant’ may have reduced teen birthrate by 6%
The New York Times: MTV’s cautionary program, “16 and Pregnant,” and its spinoffs may have prevented more than 20,000 births to teenage mothers in 2010, according to a new economic study of Nielsen television ratings and birth records.