A study by the University of Southampton has shown that women are having children later in life mainly because they are spending longer in education.
(Phys.org)—Microchips are pervasive in today's high-tech society, playing integral roles in the inner workings of your cell phone to your Keurig coffee machine.
In a 2010 survey of laid-off workers across the United States, married moms spent more time between jobs and were overall less likely to find new jobs compared with married dads. Once re-employed, married moms experienced ...
(Phys.org) -- Increased stress in men is associated with a preference for heavier women, according to a study at Newcastle University.
The male response to depictions of ideal masculinity in advertising is typically negative, which has implications for advertisers and marketers targeting the increasingly fragmented consumer demographic, according to research ...
Dr. Karina Croucher, who has studied buried remains of people living between 7,500 and 10,000 years ago across the Middle East, says the stereotypical view of how Neolithic men and women lived is wrong.
The notion that women and children are rescued first during a shipwreck is a myth, scientists said Monday after analyzing 18 maritime disasters that show men generally save themselves.
Black men, especially those living in low-income, urban areas, face many societal stressors, including racial discrimination, incarceration and poverty. In addition, these men have poorer health outcomes. Now, a University ...
Women working in hedge funds struggle to be taken seriously at work, according to a new study from two leading management experts.
(Phys.org) -- Racial profiling has gained national attention in recent years, and a Kansas State University researcher is finding that it can involve an additional factor: gender.