If you knew you would need to go for a four-mile run to burn off the calories you have consumed, would you drink a bottle of Coca-Cola?
Estonia has invited people to register as e-residents – a step towards a world where a person’s identity online matters just as much as their identity offline.
Provocative new research suggests sexting may be a new “normal” part of adolescent sexual development and is not strictly limited to at-risk teens.
People often say that you shouldn’t stay married for the sake of the kids. After all, as the logic goes, if parents are miserable, it will only hurt the kids.
It’s not just what kids eat, but who they eat with that matters when it comes to their weight. “Eat together” is a mantra “Eat together” is a mantra used regularly.
Recently, I had a conversation with a friend about a tax referendum. When my friend asked me to explain my position, I expressed my thoughts in four points.
As high schools around the country drop home economics classes, students are left without basic skills, such as preparing meals and sewing.
A study of MBAs who graduated from business school between 1990 and 2006 found the further out of school people got, the wider the gender gap.
Many of the most accomplished and creative people throughout history have also found walking to be an integral part of their daily routines and successes.
A new study suggests the mistakes people make before getting married may hurt marital satisfaction down the line.
Infectious diseases come and go, sometimes causing scary outbreaks, while other times seeming to disappear. But some infectious pathogens are always with us.
In this day and age, when the sky is the limit as far as activities for youth are concerned, it's important parents be informed.
Just because you can talk to your car doesn’t mean you should. Two new studies have found that voice-activated systems may be worsening distracted-driving rather than helping in these situations. The systems let drivers do things like
When the Titanic sank in 1912, early Macy’s department store owners Isidore and Ida Straus went down with it, refusing a life-raft seat before women and children.