Schools need to provide mental health support not only for students but for the teachers as well.
“How I Feel About My School" uses emoticon-style faces with options of happy, okay or sad as answers.
Experts explain the rationale behind girls' inferiority when it comes to STEM courses.
Bullied kids find it difficult to escape from school work.
Recent research hopes to help educators devise better ways to educate students with these special needs, as well as to help illuminate the mechanisms that lead to learning disabilities.
Some 47 million American women are expected to benefit from President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act starting Aug. 1.
A new study led by a UCSF researcher shows that poor sleep can reduce the effectiveness of vaccines and is the first performed outside a sleep laboratory to show that sleep duration is directly tied to vaccine immune response.
According to report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 37 percent of births in the United States are the result of unintended pregnancies. This number has been fairly stable since 1982.
According to researchers from Tel Aviv University, obesity in has a direct link to the incidence of urothelial (bladder and urinary tract) and colorectal cancers in adulthood.
Providing yet another evidence on how young girls are taking extreme steps to chase the media defined "perfect" and thin bodies, a recent research has found that schoolgirls as young as 12 are not happy with the way they look. They wish they were thinner and are skipping meals to lose weight. According to the research conducted by Schools Health Education Unit, half of the 12 and 13 year olds and 58 per cent of 14 or 15 year olds said that they wanted to lose weight.
According to a latest research, U.S residents affected with HIV virus, who are born in some other country, are more likely to be Hispanic or Asian and to have acquired the virus through heterosexual sex. For the research, the researchers examined the data from 191,000 plus HIV positive people across 46 U.S states and five territories between 2007 and 2010. It was found that 16.2 percent of those were born in a foreign country.
According to researchers from the Loyola University Chicago Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, caregivers of stroke survivors are at risk for developing depression and complications from chronic stress.
A new study is suggesting that vitamin D may have a protective effect against the effects of smoking on lung function.
A new government study has revealed that almost eight percent of women who are pregnant report alcohol use, leaving the topic about drinking among pregnant women in the United States an important public health issue.
When a child is born with a physical or mental disability it's not just the child but the family as well needs to deal with the illness.