The Chinese Communist Party announced that the one-child policy will be coming to an end.
A new study reported that children who experienced emotional problems have an increased risk of unemployment during young adulthood.
A new study found that the use of antibiotics has spiked by 36 percent on a global scale.
A new study tied the Great Recession to more than 10,000 suicides in North America and Europe.
A new study reported that as the economy dips, people view African American faces as "blacker."
For the first time in five years, the U.S. birth rate has starting increasing.
Chinese researchers found that shutting down live poultry farms was an extremely effective method of preventing the spread of the avian flu.
Researchers reported that mortality rates for middle-aged adults and seniors rise during economic booms.
A new government study released Tuesday reveals that many Americans, especially those under the age of 65, are skipping their prescription medications to save money.
A new study reveals that xenophobia has no affect on the happiness of migrants. Instead, unemployment and health problems are the biggest reasons why migrants feel less happy than average, according to the study.
Diabetes costed the U.S. $245 billion in 2012, a 41 percent increase from 2007.