Swedish scientists have found that learning a new language has a significant effect on the brain and improves language skills as a whole.
A good leader gets the most out of his or her team. Doing so requires a genuine commitment to trust, respect, and loyalty.
The children of helicopter parents are finally off to college. Unfortunately, mom and dad aren't staying home. Colleges and universities are having to deal with the nuisance of overbearing parents keeping constant tabs on their adult kids.
When your company makes the transition from "just starting out" to "taking the next step," innovation needs to remain a priority. Make sure it stays in your budget.
In the ancient world, creativity belonged to the divine realm: when a human exhibited creative genius, he or she was seen as favored by the Gods.
Researchers have long suspected that drinking wine in moderation contributes to heart health, but new results from a European study conclude that exercise is an essential ingredient to realizing vino's benefits.
The most difficult tasks for managers to master fall under two categories: transitioning into the role from a position which required a different skill set and learning to manage people effectively.
In just four years, the experimental research wing of the US military, named DARPA, plans to market a medical device that can recover lost memories.
The amount of tuition required to attend a four-year collegiate institution no longer squares with the opportunity it provides, says Robert Reich, former secretary of labor to President Clinton.
As the ALS ice bucket challenge demonstrates, being charitable now means making sure all your friends and acquaintances know you're a caring, generous person.
A national health study has found that diets low in carbohydrates, complimented by moderate amounts of fat, are better for you than the low-fat diet that doctors and government authorities have recommended for decades.
An impressively large study out of Italy confirms what many American researchers have found here at home: too much time spent on social media correlates negatively with wellbeing and happiness.
Science confirms that "aha!" moments are more likely to occur in new settings since the brain is processing new sets of information, mixing it with established knowledge in a process essential to creativity.
As companies like Uber and Lyft turn the cars of ordinary drivers into taxi cabs, at what point does using their service become cheaper than owning a car? That's a difficult question...
Aside from simple solutions like temporary Facebook deactivations and diversifying social media platforms, teenagers are also able to hide in plain sight by leaning on abstract methods of communication.