Experts suggest that emotions should be taught in schools.
Chinese parents are calling for the government to do something with the toxic smog that has covered Beijing over the past week.
Having breakfast as provided by the school will sometimes encounter little involvement from student population due to a hectic timetable, tardiness, inability to mingle with the student population, and the belief of humiliation that only students from low-income families are involved in the school breakfast program.
The researchers found that kids who spent more time playing video games each week were nearly twice as likely to be higher "intellectual functioning", do better in school, and less likely to experience problems within their peer groups. There was no significant association between playing video games and mental health issues.
HMO Consortium Kaiser Permanente is set to establish its own school of medicine that reinforces its integrated model of managed healthcare.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) slammed the US public school system for failing to teach proper sex education to students. In a recently published report by CDC, most high schools and middle schools across the country did not meet the 50% compliance mark for teaching all the recommended topics to schooled teens
According to a new study, when schools carry emergency epinephrine, they end up saving lives.
UK medical schools are not attracting enough would-be GPs, according to a senior academic expert.
Help relieve your children's back-to-school anxiety with these four tips.
School featuring schoolyards that equip natural habitats and trees and not just asphalt and recreation equipment, help reduce children's stress and inattention, a new study has found.
Children with parents who've read to them since birth grow up to be better students, according to a new study.
Staying in school may increase the risk of eye problems, a new study suggests.
Exercising is good for the brain. New research reveals that being physically fit in childhood and adolescence benefits both physical and mental health.
Being popular in school is bad for your future, according to researchers.
A new study found that the choices people make during adolescence influence their education level and smoking risk.