Study shows married couples had lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol compared with single or divorced participants.
Study finds that girls starting at the age of 6 are less likely than boys of the same age to believe that girls are “really, really smart.”
The chance of a teenager having a major depressive episode over the course of a year has increased significantly.
New studies show the harmful medical effects of disrespect, discrimination and detention.
Study shows that harsh parenting could negatively impact our children's ability to succeed in high school and college.
Childhood pleasures help teens recharge when feeling stressed.
Research shows that mental health is something that the vast majority of people struggle with at some point in their lives.
Studies have long shown that marital satisfaction tends to go down and depression to go up after the birth of a first child.
Concerns about family and friends and fear of failing at school are the top causes of anxiety.
Studies show that character traits, like anxiety and extroversion, vary from one state to another.
Lacking easy access to specialized care, some families are turning to video-conferencing for treatment.
Professionals as well as the criminal justice system frequently lack sympathy for women who stay with their abusers.
Families that send their child to residential treatment programs often face judgment and misunderstanding.
Passports don't require proof of surgery to change gender marker, making them easier to attain than state IDs in some parts of the country.
Membership in Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts is now based on the gender indicated on an application.
It's tempting to overpraise kids, but it can be counterproductive.
Humanoid robots, with cultural awareness and a good bedside manner, could help solve the crisis over care for the elderly.