If you tell a student "that they are a 'bad' kid, young children do internalize that," a Center for American Progress policy analyst said.
Major Apple shareholders took the unusual step of warning the Cupertino company about the dangers of iPhones.
The biggest declines in sexual activity were among ninth and tenth graders and black and Latino teenagers, the study found.
Germany had an open-door policy for migrants in 2015 and 2016.
For eighth graders, binge drinking and prescription drug abuse decreased after medical marijuana legalization, but increased for 12th graders.
Umbrella study reveals moderate coffee consumption reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes, liver diseases and Alzheimer's.
Alzheimer's disease may start outside the brain, which could open a whole new approach to detecting and treating the condition.
Trump's job-approval ratings "are more deeply polarized along partisan lines than those of any president in more than 60 years, the study states."
The need for more diverse and inclusive organizations is broadly accepted today. Seven in ten respondents to a survey conducted for this Newsweek report say the topic is clearly visible on the strategy of their organization. Download the full report to learn more.
Mom and dad may claim they don't have a favorite child, but research shows they could be investing resources unequally without realizing it.
Widely reported study was carried out on mice and not humans—it's important to bear that in mind.
When treatments run longer than necessary, patients are put at unnecessary risk of developing antibiotics resistance, the authors explain.
Researchers advise employees who want to be more productive at their jobs to plan short rest breaks to engage in enjoyable activities.
When should cancer patients consider clinical trials? Where should they look? How should they evaluate options?
Public health officials argue that onscreen smoking motivates teens to use tobacco.
Researchers sought to discover whether the link between close relationships and health are static across life.
New research challenges other findings that improvements in trauma care have dramatically improved the survival rate of gunshot victims.
But the difference could be due to bovine growth hormones.
Trump's budget would end programs that support poor students.
These Ebola-neutralizing antibodies can hopefully be used to treat humans in the near future.