Denying new mothers the right to breastfeed can land you in jail in Indonesia.
About a dozen upstate New York girls have been diagnosed with a psychogenic disorder. Does that make their symptoms any less real?
The author of Babel No More explains what it takes to become super-multilingual.
Why do so many words have so many meanings? And why doesn’t that just confuse us more in conversation?
Lego’s new building set for girls is sparking outrage among gender-equality advocates.
There’s a reason the term “designed by committee” is not a compliment.
Rap improv during labor? Maybe this dad knows that laughter can help relieve stress and ease pain.
A study suggests that headphone-related pedestrian injuries — and even deaths — are on the rise.
Armed with new data showing that pressured kids are prone to depression and anxiety, an anti-Tiger mom (she’s an academic and Chinese as well) takes aim at Amy Chua’s contention that pushing children is healthy.
Women rely on both breast feeding and bottles to feed their babies, says a group that supports nursing in public. So why does Sesame Street show bottle-feeding exclusively?
The teen years can be emotionally difficult, but blogging can help adolescents to open up and become more socially confident
It’s that time of year when preschoolers churn out painting after painting of Christmas trees and stockings. But never did I think a child of mine would bring home that genre of artwork. Because we’re Jewish — and not the …
It’s called “vocal fry,” and once you’ve heard it, you’ll start noticing it everywhere.