New mothers are eating their placentas. Here's why doctors say they should stop
Some new moms are eating the placenta after childbirth, believing that it has properties that will make them healthier and ward off depression. But a new report urges doctors to warn them of risks.
Your child's online bully may be closer than you think
New research sheds light on just how close that person bullying your child anonymously online might really be.
Republicans, Democrats split over progress in gender equality
Do men have easier lives than women? How you answer that question may reveal the political party you favor. A new report from Pew Research Center shows that Americans have sharply different beliefs about the progress women have made in society.
Mobile use is up among young kids, and almost half have their own device
The media habits of young children are changing based on the increasing availability of mobile devices in their own homes.
How a Mormon father of four became a world-champion obstacle racer despite a chronic health condition
A Utah man who is a championship obstacle course racer has four kids, coaches three sports, teaches high school and has a chronic health condition. What can mere mortals learn from him?