How Service-Industry Jobs Can Push Workers to Drink
New research finds that people whose jobs constantly call on them to feign friendly emotions often turn to the bottle after work.
The Positive Impact of Mindfulness Training Is Felt Six Years Later
Learning how to stay focused in the present has beneficial long-term results.
Masculinity and Violent Behavior: A Complex, Combustible Relationship
Researchers report men who feel stress over their perceived failure to live up to gender norms are at heightened risk of committing violent acts.
Can We Train Teenage Girls to See Less Darkness in the World?
Girls with depressed mothers are much more likely to develop depression themselves—but there might be a solution.
How the American Family Was Affected by the Great Recession
A look at how marriage, co-habitation, domestic violence, and birth rates were influenced by the economic struggles of the 2000s.
Mindfulness Can Avert Bodily Responses to Emotional Stress
New research finds acceptance of moment-to-moment thoughts and feelings can greatly reduce the impact of stress on your health.
Study: Mindfulness Training Produces Less-Stressed Marines
Marines who took an eight-week course in the basics of mindfulness recovered from stress faster following an intense training session that replicated battlefield conditions.