A study revealed that being exposed to lead (Pb) as a child could lower the cognitive ability as adults.
According to a new study, working longer hours at a manual labor or low socioeconomic status job can increase risk of diabetes.
Changes in family structure following separation, divorce, or remarriage have been shown to increase the risk of behavior problems like aggression and defiance.
Income inequality increases the risk of child abuse, according to a new study.
People with lower educations levels tend to eat more junk food, according to a new study.
Growing up poor may make people more susceptible to catching colds, according to new research.
Children born to teen mothers have poorer speaking skills at the age of five than those with older mothers, according to a new study.
Overweight teens are twice as likely to develop esophageal cancer compared to their normal weight counterparts, a new study suggests.
Wealthy Americans eat the most fast food, according to a new Gallup poll.
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.
How a mother sees herself may predict her child's brain development and stress levels, according to a new study.
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.
The CDC reports that Americans are still consuming too many calories from added sugar, which can lead to obesity and other health complications.