It can feel risky to try reconnecting with people in our lives after falling out of touch – but fears of rejection are often overblown.
The negative health effects of Y chromosome loss could be one potential reason women tend to live longer than men.
Some states fund their public colleges based on how well the schools perform on key metrics. New research raises questions about how that affects outcomes for students from different racial groups.
Common methods for identifying gifted students often miss students from lower-income families who should qualify for gifted programs.
ADHD diagnoses are on the rise, a trend that might in part be driven by overdiagnosis. A new study finds that white children are especially likely to be overdiagnosed and overtreated for ADHD.
A new study that breaks down the number of trans teens by state could give policymakers a better idea of how many kids will be affected by anti-trans legislation.
The median amount of cash bail is $10,000 – an immense sum for people living in poverty. Bail funds, unlike bail bondsmen, don’t charge high fees.
These infections require medical attention right away.
Physician burnout is a severe problem in the medical field, made much worse by the COVID-19 pandemic. But an online coaching program that could be scaled up had dramatic results for participants.
Higher Social Security benefits can significantly reduce the odds of an older person’s being food insecure.
Concerns about Afghanistan’s Taliban leaders have made the rest of the world wary of sending money, and many foreign aid workers have already fled.
Urban economics experts are creating simulated cities to forecast the effect that permanent telecommuting could have on city centers and housing.
Some of the largest donations made in 2021 went to donor-advised funds, financial accounts known as DAFs.
The latest findings add to the understanding of how social disadvantage such as poverty and low-quality, unsafe housing can affect early child development.
US stocks recently entered a bear market as investors grow pessimistic the Federal Reserve can bring down inflation while avoiding a recession.
In families that are facing economic insecurity, fathers are more likely to experience depressive symptoms that can lead to conflict.
An increasing number of college students say they were victims or perpetrators of sexual assault – and that victims were drunk when the assault took place. Are campus drinking environments to blame?
This technology, popular when automobiles first caught on, had a short resurgence in the 1970s.
It has long puzzled researchers why Latinos seem to have lower rates of heart disease than their non-Latino counterparts, even though they have higher risk factors for heart disease.
The Moon illusion is what makes the Moon look giant when you see it rising over a distant horizon. An astronomer explains what causes this awe-inspiring trick of the mind.