Education protects the brain from blows. New research reveals that higher educations helps people recover from traumatic brain injuries.
Participating in a structured community-based weight loss program can help overweight diabetics lose weight and manage their condition, according to a new study.
Threatening failure will not help improve test scores, according to a new study.
Murders have been linked to elementary school grades. New research reveals a causal relationship between local homicide rates and elementary student failure rates.
Even though teen birth rates have fallen over the past decade, a new CDC report found that too many teenagers are still giving birth.
Researchers found that specialized computer video games helped improve children's grades.
Want to improve your daughter's grades? Start watching her weight. Teen girls who are obese are more likely to get lower grades, according to a new study.
Free birth control does not encourage women to engage in risky sexual behaviors, a new study reported.
Federal guidelines launched in 2012 have significantly increased fruit and vegetable consumption, according to a new study.
Forget women, men also have a biological clock. New research reveals the risk of psychiatric and academic problems among children of older fathers is greater than previously thought.
A nurse's workload and education level could increase or decrease a surgical patient's risk of death, according to a new study.
A new study found that in married couples today, wives tend to have higher education levels.
Single-sex education does not boost academic performance, according to a new study.
A new study found that extra schooling could lead to healthier lifestyles.
Brain scans could predict children's future academic success, a new study suggests.