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12 Ways to Easily Eliminate Stress

• Remind yourself how unimportant your worries are in the big scheme of things.<br>• Making lots of decisions can burn you out. Automate as many things as …

Will Power

Top education apps for the holidays

Over Christmas, children need a break from the structure of school, but subtle learning can continue with these apps, says Sebastien Breteau<p>Children have a natural curiosity to explore, so learning through play can be highly engaging and effective for children. When playing, a child is an active …

The scientific evidence against spanking, timeouts, and sleep training

At the end of a gravel road in the Chippewa National Forest of northern Minnesota, a group of camp counselors has gathered to hear psychotherapist Tina Bryson speak about neuroscience, mentorship, and camping. She is in Minnesota by invitation of the camp. Chippewa is at the front of a movement to …

Parenting

You Really Can Blame Your Parents for Everything

How your parents treated you as a child has long-lasting effects on what kind of adult you turn into, finds a new study in the journal <i>Child</i> …

Parenting

Happy National Cupcake Day! See How These Famous Bakeries Frost Their Signature Cupcakes

Today is National Cupcake Day, and here at <i>InStyle</i>, we couldn't be more excited. It's no secret we love a good cupcake: From the sinfully delicious …

One of the World's 6 Remaining Northern White Rhinos Has Died

Felipe Dana—AP<p>Rafael Torres—REUTERS<p>KASPER PALSNOV—AFP/Getty Images<p>Matej Divizna—Getty Images<p>ALESSANDRO BIANCHI—REUTERS<p>Petar …

Barbershops

Punishing Kids for Lying Only Makes Them Lie More

Do you punish your children when they’re caught in a lie? That’s what many parents do, but a new study from researchers at McGill University suggests …

Parenting

Drug companies shake their rattlebag at the poor

Fay Schopen (Opinion, 12 December) cheerleads what she considers the American ease of pill-popping. Even a casual glance at the medicating patterns in my country reveal that the poor, and people of colour, especially children, are those that are prescribed the most pills. And this is not because …