An alternative approach to measuring poverty detected a decline in 2021, amid a surge in government support for low-income families.
The reasons why people may seek out late-term abortions are complex and are often based on new medical information and delays caused by state policies.
These nonprofits help with abortion access, but on average they don’t cover all costs, researchers have found.
New research found that consumers were less likely to buy a product associated with pleasure if marketers emphasized it was developed with science.
A team analyzed more than 21 million tweets about COVID-19 vaccines and found that negative sentiments on social media were tied to lower-than-expected vaccination rates in many nations.
More than 350 billionaires have signed on so far.
A global team of researchers analyzed 34 studies of unconditional cash-transfer programs administered in low- and middle-income countries.
The Fed lifted its benchmark interest rate by half a percentage point as it fights raging inflation.
Experts say making meals available to all students reduces the stigma associated with a free lunch.
Children who are bullied in school are at higher risk for depression and anxiety later in life.
Most of the gains went to the richest Americans, but almost everyone saw an improvement in terms of net wealth.
Products aimed at sexual dysfunction and weight loss were the most common dietary supplements that contained hidden – and potentially harmful – ingredients.
The kind of giving known as Zakat can include everything from donating to nonprofits to smiling at strangers.
Research has been inconclusive on the degree to which drinking alcohol leads to the growth of harmful fat. But a new study suggests that beer and spirits are far bigger culprits than wine.
Delivery services and cafes commonly prompt customers to leave a specific tip – for example, 15%, 20%, 25% – at the point of sale rather than after completing the service.
Twitter adopted a so-called poison pill to make it much harder for Musk to take over the company.
When states reduce barriers for low-income children to get coverage, their mothers are more likely to be married and less likely to smoke.
Public companies have many governance safeguards that private ones lack, such as independent oversight and transparency.
Research regarding corporate social responsibility actions detected a pattern in terms of the benefits for brands.
About 1 in 7 workers say their managers are abusive, whether it involves ridicule or a failure to provide credit when it’s due.