Facebook makes you sad
Spending time with “real people” is more satisfactory than spending it on social media. Surprise.
Tweeting out for help
If you were locked in a building, would you tweet or would you phone?
Breastfeeding reaps cardiac benefits for mums
Breastfeeding is beneficial for mums as well as their babies.
Mostly good news about NZ youth
NZ youth are now less keen on smoking, drinking, violence and more.
Research brief: parental notification for abortion
If doctors are required to tell a girl's parents if she seeks an abortion, are there more suicides?
Born to be king?
Not all Englishmen rejoiced in the birth of the United Kingdom's Royal Baby and the accompanying media tornado. Adam Grace offers a republican perspective.
Overnight stays for infants affect their relationship with parents
Infants do better is they don't have overnights away from their primary caregiver.
You need the right location to climb the income ladder
Geography matters when it comes to upward mobility.
Everyone’s (not) doing it!
College kids are less promiscuous than we are made to believe.
Worthwhile in-flight entertainment
You could watch a mindless comedy, or you could learn something new.
Toddler buys car with dad’s iPhone
The unexpected entertainment value of technology.
The teenage selfie: harmless or harmful?
The culture of the selfie could be fuelling one big sexual competition.
IVF: a dangerous deviation from nature?
Regardless of motives, women resorting to IVF may be running unrecognized cancer risks.
The No-Frills’ IVF for just $250
A new development in IVF technology may make it affordable for infertile couples worldwide. What about the consequences for women's health?
Men and women move in together with very different expectations
| 11 July 2013
Cohabiting men are less committed than their female partners.
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