The 6 most toxic in-laws — and what to do about them
Here's what's driving the behavior, and how you can respond.
Dying virtually: The pandemic has driven medically assisted deaths online
Medically assisted deaths are increasingly taking place online, from the initial doctor’s visit to the ingestion of life-ending medications.
Is your family still undecided about college this fall? Consider these 4 options
Colleges are scrambling, too.
Half the matter in the universe was missing. These scientists found it.
It took the discovery of a new celestial phenomenon and entirely new telescope technology, but earlier this year, this team finally found the missing matter.
How to tell if you’re part of ‘Generation Jones’
A specific "micro-generation" of people wedged between baby boomers and Gen X.
How Thomas Jefferson inspired the 19th-century’s most popular slang phrase
"A popularity which no other slang phrase has ever attained," a newspaper wrote in 1840.
The most helpful thing you can do for your loved ones
“It’s a gift you give to your friends and family.”
How late in life can you start learning a language and still become fluent?
The results of a recent study are encouraging.
A brilliant way for kids and faraway adults to stay close while social distancing
Kidvelope is the perfect gift for 2020.
Why “no problem” now means different things to different generations
A subtle change in language has led to a generational divide.
How family caregivers can use a Monday routine to reinvent self-care
Trying to find calm during the chaos of caregiving can be difficult — but not impossible.
The real reason men often fall asleep right after sex
You should be flattered if your partner falls asleep after sex, according to psychologists.
Is it safe to visit your mom on Mother’s Day? A doctor offers a decision checklist
In the midst of a global pandemic and the need to continue to practice social distancing, the decision is even more complex than usual.