At a time when the journalism and education communities are generally celebrating the new book “The Smartest Kids in the World,” one author dares to... Read more »
A new study from BYU illustrates how hidden influences can affect buying behavior — and not always in the best way. Read more »
In her raunchy appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards, the 20-year-old Cyrus elicited media reactions that “veered between disgust and sadness.” Read more »
Rebeca Seitz was enjoying a pastry and cereal with her 8-year-old son one morning last week while watching ABC's "Good Morning America" when she was suddenly shocked... Read more »
In “The Big Disconnect,” Harvard psychiatrist Catherine Steiner-Adair draws on decades of field experience to assess how tech gadgets are subtly reshaping... Read more »
Are your kids watching red-band movie trailers online? Maybe. But chances are, you've never heard of them. Read more »
The freelance writer Luke Epplin provocatively pits the Über-uplifting messages of new films “Turbo” and “Planes” against the time-tested... Read more »
A study from the University of Oregon questions the perception that "hookups" play a greater role in college life than in the past. Researchers said the perception... Read more »
The Trenton and Camilla Hyde family of Syracuse knows routine is important, consistency tames chaos and setting boundaries begets strong relationships and good behavior. Read more »
If you could slow, stop or reverse the aging process, would you welcome it? Pew Research Center has been asking Americans, who are largely ambivalent and skeptical,... Read more »
As fast-food strikes roll across the country, calls for goosing the minimum wage grow. But experts disagree as to whether making entry-level jobs more costly for... Read more »
Teen girls may be just as likely to abuse their partners as their male peers, according to new data released at a meeting of the American Psychological Association. Read more »
I think that the Mormon institution solves many of the problems that other millennials experience when attending church. Read more »
On average, Americans are working fewer hours and have more leisure time than their parents did in the 1960s. Read more »
ADHD medications have been shown to both improve focus and lower students grades. This article examines these seemingly contradictory findings. Read more »
While many people say they admire marriage and aspire to be married, the trends show otherwise. Can it be that people are expecting the wrong things from marriage? Read more »
Doctors say one of the most important things to leave your kids is your family history — your family's medical history, that is. Read more »
Going to college doesn't have to break the bank if people will avoid these dumb things to buy for college students. Read more »
Technology blinds us to danger, a danger of kids growing up a little fast, knowing more than they should at a young age, and exchanging inappropriate information for... Read more »
The death of a pet is an emotionally powerful event in the life of a child. It's also a learning experience that can help frame relationships, beliefs and the power of... Read more »
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