When it comes to a happy marriage, in both the long and short term, a new US study says that wives hold the power.
Mothers with children under the age of five are more active on social media, particularly Facebook, than other people, a new study says.
It's a scenario most parents know all too well -- a messy toddler in a highchair poking, smearing, and throwing food. But a new US study finds that the more your child plays with his or her food, the more he or she is learning.
Now you've got even more good reason to eat a heart-healthy Mediterranean diet. A new study finds that middle-aged women who do so may live a healthier, longer life.
To keep your bones strong, forgo calcium supplements in favor of yogurt, milk, and other calcium-rich foods, suggests a new report in the New England Journal of Medicine.
A new study from Rutgers University in the US probes the enduring mystery: why do we fall in love with one person and not another?
Women with breast implants shouldn't worry about sagging caused by breastfeeding, a new study has found.
Enjoying marital bliss? If so, you can thank your DNA, at least according to a new study from the University of California, Berkeley.
If you're newly in love with a certain someone, your voice could give you away, a new US study finds.
With her chin held high against the inevitable tears, Michelle Knight on Tuesday described 11 years of captivity spent naked and chained in what came to be known as Cleveland's "house of horrors."