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Research suggests that women who can access abortions are healthier and happier—and have better relationships with their subsequent children.
This month, stand up for what you believe in.
A new study reveals how tears shed by members of socially disadvantaged groups can elicit empathy and support.
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A new study finds that easing polarization through brief, cross-partisan dialogue is enormously difficult.
It's quite possible that your fears about your child's screen time are unfounded.
A new study suggests that people who are willing to admit they’re wrong during Facebook arguments are liked and respected more.
Knowing how depression works can help you better support loved ones who are struggling.
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Print this list for Mother’s Day—or for your next family dinner or gathering.
Here are eight tips for having better conversations across our differences.
It’s time to shift the paradigm about sensitivity in boys and recognize how it improves their relationships and supports their well-being.
Jeffrey Froh shares his advice on how to thrive in your 20s and beyond through a mix of science, stories, Scripture, and Greek mythology.
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