Town & Country sets gender relations back a few decades with its February list of marriageable males.
The brain chemistry and psychology behind falling in love with an online fiction.
The fine line between competition’s drive for excellence and dangerous win-at-all-costs mentality
They’re popular events throughout the winter, but do they provide any health benefits?
A viral video of students complaining about skimpy school meals prompts much needed adjustments to cafeteria menus
Play time can be as important as class time for helping students perform their best.
When hunger strikes, why not reach for a care package stuffed with good-for-you nibbles?
All that training, regardless of the sport, my pay off in extra years, according to two recent studies.
Finally, a little good news concerning the nation’s rising obesity rates: rates among children in some cities and states are starting to drop.
Cravings for unhealthy foods often go hand in hand, which isn’t good news for young waistlines.
The latest studies show that while attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) drugs can be effective, some kids may be wrongly diagnosed — and therefore inappropriately treated — with the stimulant medications.
College is expensive, but don’t forget about these additional expenses that add up fast
A small study of professional soccer players found that even those who have never experienced a concussion still have changes in the white matter of their brains, likely from routine and unprotected headers.