Bubble-wrapping children doesn’t work: they need to experience mild adversity to know how to overcome it when they inevitably face it in life.
Prison education programs have been shown to lead to better employment rates for those who have served time.
Teens aren’t necessarily less social, but the contours of their social lives have changed.
Summer camps provide numerous benefits for kids.
Who was St. Patrick?
Twenty years of moral psychology can help explain the college admission scam.
The most damaging myth in American higher ed is that college acceptance is about merit.
Here are some facts on the epidemic of depression and suicide plaguing our youth.
The concept of blind loyalty to employers is unraveling in the #MeToo era.
Employers are required to accommodate the needs of pregnant women only in limited circumstances.
Headlines around the world declared that a second person was cured of their HIV. But while the results are encouraging, we’re a long way from a cure.
Military veterans have concerns about climate change at about the same level as nonveterans, a recent study suggests. What might this mean for acceptance of climate science?
One of the most dreaded times of the year occurs this weekend, when Americans spring forward – and lose an hour of sleep in so doing. Two doctors who are sleep specialists offer some survival tips.
These youngsters have ample fervor, and they are dramatically photogenic. Dismissing them as being fake or lightweight can spell trouble for members of the establishment.
Four young women who escaped Boko Haram during the 2014 Chibok schoolgirl kidnapping are now studying in the US. Their professor recounts a recent breakthrough in their quest to go to college.
Recent media reports point to years of sexual abuse by Southern Baptist pastors. An expert writes why a long culture of women’s submission is responsible for this crisis.