Nationwide Study Finds Nurses Are Often Ill-Prepared to Advise New Mothers on Potential Health Risks
Postpartum nurses often fail to warn mothers about potentially life-threatening complications, mainly because they need more education themselves.
Study: Facing Adversity, Some Find Solace in Science
New research suggests that, for some secular people, a belief in science plays a similar psychological role as faith does for religious people.
Study: Bondage Aficionados Are Better-Adjusted Than Most
New research from the Netherlands finds that the psychological profile of people who enjoy certain non-mainstream sex games is surprisingly positive.
Study: How to Entice People to Buy Symphony Tickets
New research suggests that, contrary to common belief, ticket buyers are not particularly hostile toward contemporary compositions.
Creatures of Coherence: Why We're So Obsessed With Causation
We default to cause-and-effect thinking because we want to maintain control over our lives, but some things just don't have clear answers.
Solitary Study is the Key to Winning Spelling Bees
Solitary study of word spellings and origins is a better predictor of performance at the National Spelling Bee than either being quizzed by others or engaging in leisure reading.