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Why the old way of parenting no longer works
June 15, 2018, CNN
June 15, 2018, CNN
Authoritarian parenting worked in the past, but it's ineffective for today's young ones.
Reinstatement is likely to deepen the divisions between advocates and opponents of the controversial practice.
Trauma can damage to both the brain and the body, doctors say.
Trials of diabetes drugs in Parkinson's patients have shown good protective effects.
Suicide rates have risen among men and women, across all age and ethnic groups and in nearly every state.
While a majority of Americans support legalized abortion in early pregnancy, most oppose it in the later stages.
Many commonly-prescribed drugs may increase the risk of depression.
Study reveals that having a light on while sleeping can raise your risk of metabolic diseases.
Saying suicide is preventable isn't always fair to suicide loss survivors.
Teens who spend a large amount of time in front of a screen have higher risk of sleep issues, which in turns leads to a greater risk of depression.
Research suggests that the use of certain cognitive strategies could help those suffering from heartbreak to recover.
Technology may be changing the way kids experience a traditional childhood.
Millions die prematurely each year due to tobacco use that causes cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and stroke.
Report estimates that 1.2 billion children are exposed to at least one of these risks.
Studies show financial stress can take a big toll on your mind and body.
Researchers found a strong association between serious pregnancy complications and the development of schizophrenia later in the child's life.
Dating apps are only growing in popularity, with no sign of slowing.
Low-income children tend to have less stress and be in better health living in higher-opportunity areas.
The stereotype that older people are largely asexual is false, according to findings from the recent National Poll on Aging.