The old myth that it’s impossible for educated women over 40 to get married still lingers. Actually, educated women are doing OK in the U.S. In China, however, the story changes.
Multitasking may not be what you think it is and it might not even help you be more productive if you choose to do the wrong things at the same time.
Dress codes in schools can mask a lot of inequality issues around gender, race and religion. Why not go with a simple policy that applies to everyone equally and discuss the underlying issues instead?
Low libido, problems ejaculating, vaginal pain — these problems are common for midlife Canadians, and some of them are way more likely if you’re married.
BlacKkKlansman is more than a good story: it expertly weaves together comedy with serious drama to bring the story of past racism to illuminate our present day issues.
From dyslexia, to dementia to schizophrenia, there is evidence that playing games can help, while boosting family connections and emotional wellbeing.
White supremacists push an agenda that have their followers believing they are in danger of extinction. But their ‘race suicide’ ideas are based on 100-year-old unscientific and racist research.
School is out and screens make tempting babysitters. Follow these recommendations to allow your child some screen time without compromising their health and development.
Sex education in progressive countries emphasizes intimacy, adventure and connection. What is the result?
France’s answer to #MeToo was #BalanceTonPorc—“denounce your pig”. An analysis of the idioms linking to sex and pigs provides some insights into why the hashtag hit home.
Childhood trauma impacts women’s health and can be passed from parent to child. New research shows that when new mothers feel supported, the risk of pregnancy complications is reduced.
Teen sexting is on the rise. Boys and girls are equally likely to share sexually explicit imagery but girls report feeling more pressure to sext and more judgement about how they do it.
Early childhood educators offer practical strategies for parents and teachers to create an inclusive environment and reduce bullying.
Empathy in children can be fostered. Researchers offer three strategies for parents and other caregivers to promote a climate of empathy in the home or classroom.
New research shows that children who are kind, supportive and understanding influence their siblings to act and behave in similar ways.
Using simple strategies, parents and teachers can help stimulate linguistic and other cognitive development in children.