For some couples in romantic relationships, just staying together is good enough. But others want to see their relationship move forward -- to get better and better -- and are willing to put in the effort to get there.
Envy vs jealousy, disease vs illness These are just three examples of psychological terms that are commonly assumed to be similar, if not identical, but which actually refer to very different concepts.
A comparison of two different fitness routines shows that both can have an anti-aging effect on the brain in seniors -- but only dancing gives rise to a measurable difference in behavior.
Mothers who experience significant prenatal stress may have to deal with a lot more stress in years to come, as they might unintentionally be increasing their child's future risk for behavioral issues.
Knowing whether to stay in or leave a romantic relationship is often an agonizing experience -- and that ambivalence can have negative consequences for health and well-being.
Think you're conveying just some friendliness or humor when you put a little smiley or emoji in an email message? Not necessarily, according to some recent research.
Simply by posting about the experience to one of your social media accounts, you're making it much easier to recall in the future. Here's how it seems to work.
When it comes to raising healthy, strong kids, parents need to work as a team -- all day and all night. Here's why.
Why is social media such a hard habit to break? The answer some international researchers came up with is a lot simpler than you might expect.
Looking for a last-minute getaway with the kids before back to school? A spontaneous summer vacation can be fun for everyone -- and a great investment in your family.
Research demonstrates that weight stigma leads to psychological stress, which can lead to poor physical and psychological health outcomes for obese people.
Looking back from the modern day, we can see how the use of swear words has changed over time -- and how that change captures the essence of the evolving American psyche.
When time is tight at both work and home, take advantage of breaks built into your work day to fit in a little movement. Here are a few ways you can do just that.
An analysis of nearly 1,000 scripts found that stereotypes of women, race, and aging are created and reinforced in films.
A study shows that when parents are partners in therapy with their autistic children, they experience improvements in their own depression and emotional regulation.
What happens at a party doesn't just stay at the party. In fact, heavy alcohol use or binge drinking during adolescence can actually alter brain structures and function.
Assuming you don't buy products with bisphenol A, you should be able to avoid BPA exposure, right?
Chances are you've seen maca, açai, protein powder and a variety of other nutritional supplements. But can these fancy foods actually improve your health?
Just when you thought you didn't have any more excuses to nibble a little chocolate, a new study comes out to suggest that maybe you do.
A test found that the mileage of drivers in identical cars can vary by as much 75 percent. Here's what you can change to save $100 a month on gas.
You play it safe, so how can a young child drown in the pool? Researchers have discovered several common circumstances of at-home drownings.
Here are some easy and fun family activities for summer that will allow you to spend time together and keep your kids busy.
Do you feel like your life is full of stuff, or that nothing's in the right place? If so, here's how to tackle the clutter and get organized!