University of Sydney research suggests that primary school-aged boys and girls can play in mixed teams until they reach high school.
Hip hop culture at its core is built on values of social justice, peace, respect, self-worth, community, and having fun.
Research is revealing that both families who have experienced adolescent family violence and those working with them feel the criminal justice system is not an appropriate way to respond to it.
The 1975 film Jaws launched the career of a young Steven Spielberg. In this scene, the town’s police chief Martin Brody witnesses the shark’s brutal attack for the first time – taking the viewer along for the ride.
Indigenous Australians have issued a statement calling for constitutional reform that is substantive and meaningful.
Knitting makes people happier and warmer regardless of gender. Science proves it and science is never wrong.
Why, after decades of international agreements, are we still damaging the environment?
New Zealand’s Whanganui River and the Ganga and Yamuna Rivers in India have been given the right to ‘sue’ over issues like pollution. The challenge now is to…
Teachers – get to really know your kids, their families, their community and its history, and what’s going on at home. While school policies are important, relationships are the real keys to success.
From fisheries to forestry, there’s a pattern to collapsing ecosystems and industries. If we can predict them, maybe we can avoid the damage.
Bans are ineffective when used against populations that have no where else to go.
The extinction of the giant reptiles, marsupials and birds that once called Australia home has been the subject of much debate, including the role early Australians.
Most people erroneously believe ‘heart failure’ is when the heart suddenly stops.
While we need empathy to relate to each other sometimes, too much empathy can be a bad thing.
Our friends may not like when we don’t drink because it reflects their own drinking practices.
Adults who participate in a high overall level of sports and exercise are at a 34% lower risk of death than those who never or rarely engage in such activities.