A new study reveals that children of surrogate mothers have more emotional difficulties than those carried by their biological mother.
A new study reports that Europeans share a common ancestor that lived just 1,000 years ago.
Living with patients with schizophrenia can actually have a positive impact on their family, according to new research.
In a 10-year long study, researchers concluded that having strained and unsupportive partners can increase one's risk for developing a major depressive disorder in the future.
Researchers suggest that public health measures against the spread of warts should target transmission in the home and in the classroom.
Study reports that people who play socially engaging video games are more likely to exercise and lower their body mass indexes.
According to a recent report, more and more Americans are waiting later to get married.
Study finds that children who experience a divorce have a higher risk for smoking.
Today is National Tooth Fairy Day!
One young man's heart allowed his sister to find the person who would unlock hers.
Women who want to have a baby may find it easier to conceive if they stay nearer to their family, a recent study finds.
Adolescence is a tricky and awkward time for children trying to fit in with the adult world. It is during this time that a person grasps abstract ideas of the society and the little nuances that make up a family and intimate relationships. According to a new study, family dynamics during early teenage years shape a person's future relationships, and teenagers raised in a positive family climate are more likely to have stable relationships in the future.
Researchers suggest that having a small number of children increased the economic success and social position of descendants up to four generations...
A new study published online finds that the midlife well-being of both men and women seems to depend on having a wide circle of friends whom can act as a dependable support system.
Most people don't look forward to going to the doctor's office, but there are things you can do to make your trip more enjoyable. One of the best ways to make your visit more enjoyable is to work on building a rapport with everyone in the office the minute you walk in the door.