People with lower educations levels tend to eat more junk food, according to a new study.
Children born to teen mothers have poorer speaking skills at the age of five than those with older mothers, according to a new study.
Friendships across ethnic groups in urban middle schools help protect adolescents from feeling vulnerable and lonely, according to a new study.
Midday naps may boost learning in preschool children, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that 20.2 percent of high school seniors reported binge drinking over the past two weeks.
Researchers found that if aboriginal women were more educated and had higher incomes, they would have a reduced risk of violence.
Researchers found that people who developed verbal skills faster were more likely to drink more alcohol in adulthood.
Researchers found a relationship between the frequency of migraines and household income.
Dating violence in adolescence can lead to less education and lower earnings later in life, according to a new study.
Previous studies revealed that anxiety holds girls back from performing their best in math. However, newer research reveals that female math anxiety may just be a myth.
In a new study, researchers reported that richer people tend to be more narcissistic and feel more self-entitled.
Anti-homophobia programs in schools may help reduce binge drinking for all students, a new study suggests.
Working-class Americans are less likely to get married, stay married and have their children within marriage compared to those with college degrees, according to a new study.
Economists reported in their paper that smokers earned 20 percent less than nonsmokers.
School fights can dumb teens down, a new study suggests.