Parenthood is pushing mothers and fathers in opposite directions on political issues associated with social welfare, from health care to education, according to new research from North Carolina State University.
The first national study of the prevalence of multiple partner fertility shows that 28 percent of all U.S. women with two or more children have children by more than one man.
The classic figure of a distant, career-focused father who spends lots of time at the office and who has little time for his kids might be getting outdated, a new study shows.
Americans are getting married at ever-older ages, and a new report says this trend may be partly responsible for the shrinking of the middle class.
Men are almost as likely as women to want children, and they feel more isolated, depressed, angry and sad than women if they don't have them, a new study says.
As Baby Boomers begin entering retirement, some may find themselves unprepared for the transition. New research from the University of Missouri indicates that spouses tend to have similar levels of planning for retirement. ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- A new study of brood parasitism in birds has shown that the nest-poaching New Zealand shining cuckoo's ability to mimic its grey warbler host is an evolutionary curiosity.
Now we know how some Senate staffers keep busy during Congress' summer recess.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Federal family planning programs reduced childbearing among poor women by as much as 29 percent, according to a new University of Michigan study.
William "Buddy" Christopher has a problem. As commissioner of Boston's Inspectional Services Department, he is responsible for enforcing health regulations at the city's 3,043 restaurants. But regularly getting to all of ...