A new study found that having a trusting manager made employees feel more positively about their work.
New data suggests that lots of time on screens may even improve peer relationships. But the study comes with caveats.
Teachers’ fondness for working with students grew in the early stages of the pandemic, according to a new study that provides a unique before-and-after glimpse at what duties teachers enjoyed most.
Fewer students enrolled in public school and more were home-schooled during the 2020-21 school year. Researchers analyzed records in Michigan to understand what drove parents to make these decisions.
Research found that police officers killed more than 30,000 people from 1980 to 2018 – 17,000 more than official federal data suggests.
Tylenol has long been considered a go-to medication for low to moderate pain and for fever reduction, even during pregnancy. But mounting evidence suggests that it is unsafe for fetal development.
Many features of proteins are analogous to music. Mapping these features together creates new musical compositions that help researchers learn about proteins.
People with HIV need to take daily medication to keep the virus at bay. A study has found that a new treatment combination could boost immunity and control virus levels even after stopping medication.
When colleges and universities provide better funding for Ph.D. students, more students –especially students of color – apply.
Your body produces antibodies after an infection or vaccine, but these slowly decline over time. New Johnson & Johnson data sheds light on the duration of protection and the need for booster shots.
Food insufficiency rates rose across the board, researchers who analyzed government data found.
When students are allowed to bring personal items for show and tell, it can build their senses of self-worth, belonging and control. But poor kids often don’t get that opportunity.
Bats roost under bridges and culverts across North America, so highway departments have to check for them before repairing bridges. A new AI tool makes those inspections faster and more accurate.
Health concerns, being older than 55 and having to switch to online or hybrid lessons were all factors that made some teachers want to quit or retire.
New research points to a biological way that racism can lead to health disparities.
Mexican Americans who have more formal education than their parents are much less likely to have Type 2 diabetes, new research finds.
Larger shares of Asian, Black and Hispanic people are donating to these nonprofits, compared with white donors. They are also more likely to give to others through less formal channels.
Undergraduate programs are springing up across the US to meet the burgeoning demand for workers trained in big data. Yet many of the programs lack training in the ethical use of data science.
New study finds that workplace hostility toward motherhood in STEM fields can deter even young, childless women from pursuing academic careers.
Australian fatherhood remains closely tied to ‘breadwinning’. History helps us to understand why.