The blood, sweat, and tears might not be so intrinsic to the process after all.
An immune molecule sometimes produced during infection can influence the social behavior of mice.
"I've got Santa on the phone and he says he's not coming unless you go to bed now."
Christmas Day is the least popular birthday in several countries.
Are the concentration benefits just a marketing ploy?
Research found that overweight children were just as smart but not as successful.
Are we born with self-control? Or does context change our behavior?
In the fight between talent and hard work, hard work usually wins.
Scientists find common chemicals can negatively impact pregnant women.
When adults are challenged to behave like adults, by a child, they can go in one of two directions.
"On the spectrum from worry to action, parents can choose to act," a new report states.
When it comes to remembering the kids of your generation, don't always trust your memory.
So much has changed since 1893. Why not the education system?
The science of learning is decades ahead of the education system. How can we bring education into the present?
Girls tend to have more advanced language skills than boys, the researchers state.
The question is no longer "can we" but "should we" edit human embryos.
The way children draw human figures has changed since the 1970s, reflecting modern society’s attitudes to gender — German study
Study finds both a possible rise in gender equality and gender differentiation.
Bishop Omar Jahwar explains that before mentors can inspire others, they have to be inspired themselves.
A robotic teddy bear could improve physical and emotional outcomes in pediatric patients.
A study at Rutgers University details the importance of this parent-child bond.
What does the downward trend mean?
Being bilingual has cultural, social, and cognitive benefits — so why are schools dropping language courses?