Trying to get kids to learn from adults' wayward pasts seems to make them more open to experimenting.
A zeitgeisty psychological experiment combines straight/gay friendships, the "mating game," and fake Facebook profiles.
Tiny particles introduced into the atmosphere by human activity have hindered recovery by as much as 20 percent.
Appreciating harmonies comes with experience.
The forms of birth control that make parents most "comfortable" differ from those that are most effective.
Even willfully "random" crowd behavior is predictable.
Most still had moderate to severe symptoms over six years of follow-up.
Young chilren develop a greater preparedness for future challenges when their parents celebrate their efforts instead of their innate qualities
Grief and depression have similar symptoms. With new changes in psychiatric diagnosis definitions, the two will increasingly overlap.
Should we test kids' fingers before subjecting them to violin lessons?
Being out of touch with their bodies may make some more susceptible to self-objectification.
Well-being improves over lifetimes and across generations
The unforeseen side effects of artificial sweeteners
In one U.K. community, 3.7 billion parasites are released daily via dog poop.
How one physician developed a system to deliver better quality care to more patients
Systems that help patients actively participate in their health care can see significant cost reductions.
Done right, social networks can empower patients and democratize health information. But some say they need more protection.
The risk of heart disease is reduced by a third in non-meat-eaters
A 15-year-old girl came out to her parents this week, by baking them a cake. According to new research, she's now less likely to be depressed, cynical, stressed, or anxious.