When it comes to the overall happiness of a marriage, it matters more that the wife is happy with the relationship than the husband, according to a recent paper published in the Journal of Marriage and Family.
Being poor results in sleeping less for a variety of reasons. One major factor is public transportation and the fact that conforming to bus schedules can sometimes take hours out of one's sleep schedule each day.
What does equality mean when it comes to birth control?
Wolfgang Tillmans' "playback room" will provide a superior listening experience while treating pop music with the same regard as other pieces of art.
It's easy to forget that college athletes who sustain concussions are often kept out of the classroom as well as off the field. The effects of any sort of traumatic brain injury can pose critical and lasting risks to a student's academic career.
It's never too late to learn a new language. In fact, it's probably most beneficial to do so later in life.
Job interviews are a two-way street. Be sure to assess the company while the hiring manager assesses you.
Exerting self-control often means coping with emotions that tell us to indulge, feel melancholy, or focus on the negative.
The creators of Minecraft, for example, a game in which complex structures are built out of simple cubes, have created an educational version of the software.
Should Scotland become an independent nation next Thursday, how the event will affect the nation's whisky business depends on which side of the political campaign you ask.
More than 1 billion people volunteer around the world annually but because they do not receive taxed income for their efforts, the economic effect of volunteering is often excluded from GDP calculations.
With the lines between the two becoming blurrier and blurrier, it's vital that marketers improve their ability to speak the tech vernacular.
She Rides is a new service launching in New York on Monday that connects female riders with women drivers. The gender-specific business plan is being scrutinized by those who say it discriminates against men. She Rides' founder argues that her service is not unlike a women-only gym.
Nearly 50 years after his famous self-control experiment involving marshmallows and pre-schoolers, Columbia professor Walter Mischel has published a book about mastering impulses.