A new study reveals that marriage rates are plummeting. Not only are fewer women are getting married; women are waiting longer to walk down the aisle.
Will your kid strike it rich? Scientists say parents might be able to find out their children's future salary just by looking at their kid's math and reading test scores at age seven.
Children with milk allergy may also be "allergic to school," according to a new study.
New study reports that 48 percent of women chose to live with their partners without getting married.
An eight-year-old girl from Tennessee has been send home from school more than 24 times this year for having "foul odor".
Your height is still in your hands, according to new research. But instead of growing taller, the choices you make in adulthood may play a role in determining how much you shrink as you age.
Despite the gender stereotype that boys are better than girls at math, a new study reveals that male and female students earn similar grades in math and science.
If you played the recorder in first grade, you should thank your parents and music teacher now.
A new study suggests that placing juvenile offenders in jobs without making them attend school may make them more antisocial. Many high school students take up jobs apart from in addition to going to school, and there are arguments from some that taking up a job is good for at-risk youths. However, according to the new study by researchers from University of Pittsburgh, Temple University, and the University of California, ensuring education rather than employing the at-risk youths is more important for them to be shaped as good citizens.
According to researchers from the University of Washington's School of Social Work, being married and getting at least a secondary education, i.e. finishing high school, are some of the factors that can prevent the repetitive cycle that turn the abused into the abuser.
researchers from Southampton University reveal in a study that finishing full-time education and training at an older average age is the main reason why people are having their first child later in life.
There are so many other activities crowding the lives of children today, that reading inadvertently has become their last priority, a new study suggests.
Sacrificing sleep for recreational activities or more importantly studies does not bring any rewards, instead it has negative effect. According to researchers from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), irrespective of how much a high school student studies each day, if that student sacrifices sleep to study more than usual, there are chances he or she will have academic problems the following day.