There are more single people than ever before. But do they want to get married?
Who's saying "I do" and who's skipping it has been changing, say two new reports that note different attitudes about marriage. One says the number of unmarried adults hit a record high, while the other notes a growing education gap.
The talk you should have with your teen about tattoos
More than a quarter of millennials had gotten tattoos before the nation's leading group of pediatricians weighed in on their safety. Now the group has recommendations for any young people thinking about getting a tattoo or body piercing.
7 words you should never say to a cancer patient — and 2 you should
Flowers and casseroles have their place, but helping someone undergoing treatment for cancer or another serious illness sometimes requires a little more creativity. Cancer survivors share the things that helped them the most.
The tough compromise families make after the loss of a loved one
Shifting norms around burial make navigating religion and relationship conflict even more difficult for surviving family members.
Sexual assault, suicide and theft: What parents and students should know about college campus safety
Parents and students need to consider more than a great major when picking a college. Safety matters, too. Here's what's happening to improve safety.