With three young children and a full-time job, Emma Martini has little time for computer games. But every night she sits quietly at the end of her son's bed to reassure him while he falls asleep -- and plays Candy Crush.
If you've ever wondered why your friends and neighbors sound like you, a new study on vocal attractiveness -- which also finds we prefer the "breathier" tones of Marilyn Monroe to "creakier" voices -- may have the answer.
Widowed and blinded in one eye by vengeful rebels, Tungrudee Jaiin was left to raise four children alone in insurgency-ravaged southern Thailand, where women carry a heavy burden of a seemingly endless war.
The saying "You are what you eat" is hardly new, but what about what your relatives ate? A new study suggests maternal grandmothers play a much bigger part in the health of grandchildren than previously believed.