A new study shows, again, that states aren’t doing enough to protect student-athletes from heat exhaustion during summer workouts.
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Cognitive advantages have been noted in previous research for bilingual children and adults. Studying how babies process 2 languages holds keys.
What is music? How and why did music become such an important part of our lives? Does it predate speech? More reason to keep music programs strong.
Unemployment rates and access to a university education can influence the way certain areas vote, one study about Brexit has shown.
A new study out of the UK suggests more research is needed when developing messaging that promotes the use of vaccinations for schoolkids.
Kids who are obese often develop poor eating habits during adolescents, and those habits get worse when they’re around violence.
The cellular mechanisms underlying surgery to repair sensory nerves’ connections after spinal cord injury have been studied in rats.
It is important to consider the perspective of other people, even as we maintain faith in our own religious beliefs, new research suggests.
The Great Recession brought poverty to many families that were not living in poverty prior to 2008, a new study has shown.
A link between exposure to lead paint in preschool years and incarceration or suspension from school later in life has been reported.