U.S. teens now spend 6 hours, 40 minutes per day using screens for entertainment. Fifty percent report they feel "addicted" to their devices. Working in the world of child and adolescent psychiatry as
Seriously, this is useful. If you want to know why marriages break apart, and what it looks like when they do, talk to a divorce lawyer. Better yet, read a book by a divorce lawyer about why people divorce.
What working parent hasn’t felt guilty about missing soccer games and piano recitals? When there are last-minute schedule changes at work or required travel to a client site, it’s normal to worry that
If you haven’t heard, universities around the world are offering their courses online for free (or at least partially free). These courses are collectively called MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses.
Neuroscientist Sara Lazar, of Mass General and Harvard Medical School, started studying meditation by accident. She sustained running injuries training for the Boston Marathon, and her physical therapist
Tom Peters is a business and leadership legend widely known for his historical bestseller, In Search of Excellence, which has been called "the greatest business book of all time" by Bloomsbury Publishing.
You may have read about Harvard's Grant study, which followed 268 Harvard students for more than 70 years to figure out the keys to health and happiness (hint: the answer is just one word). The media made
We all want our children better prepared for the future and to be high-achievers without making them overly self-conscious, turning them into perfectionists, or being too intrusive. But in your household,
By now, you've certainly heard of the term "helicopter parenting" — when a parent hovers (like a helicopter) over their child and swoops in at the first sign of trouble. These seemingly supportive moms
There's no shortage of advice on raising successful kids or how to coach kids. Or even how to be a kid, for that matter. But when findings from a 47-year study from noted experts on child development I
Carve out a harder core—without doing situps—using a routine that spares your lower back. For decades, ab training meant situps, curling your upper body all the way up off the floor, rounding your lower
As a former Type A person, I firmly believe that most Type A types are failing at life. They’ve opted for an utterly miserable existence, working in unrewarding jobs that make them unhappy and stressed