Articles for Tag: "environment"

Could greenery reduce aggressive behaviors in teens? 
Could greenery reduce aggressive behaviors in teens?
Researchers find a link between living near parks or fields and an adolescent’s propensity for confrontation.
Infographic: 6 study tips that actually work  Featured
Infographic: 6 study tips that actually work
In the midst of finals week for many high school and college kids, here are tips for succeeding.
Household mold increases risk of childhood asthma 
Household mold increases risk of childhood asthma
Maintaining a healthy family starts with the home.
Are insects the new buzz for protein intake? 
Are insects the new buzz for protein intake?
The social stigma of eating bugs may be going away.
Part 2: The fact and fiction of autism  Featured
Part 2: The fact and fiction of autism
In the second half of this two-part series, our expert helps separate more truths from myths on autism.
Autism: Separating fact from fiction  Featured
Autism: Separating fact from fiction
For many, the word “autism” conjures varying ideas and preconceived notions. In the first of this two-part series, our expert helps separate truth from myth.
Can a cold during pregnancy affect your unborn baby? 
Can a cold during pregnancy affect your unborn baby?
A new study finds that viral and bacterial exposure in the womb may raise risk of asthma and allergies in childhood.