School 8 February '17
Students have a bigger environment to learn from through education technology. They also become innovators who could usher changes in the world.
Development 27 November '16
Studies reveal that signs of psychopathy can surface in children as young as three years old.
School 14 November '16
A University of Michigan student was threatened to be set on fire.
School 9 September '16
After landing at the Top 30 spot last year, University of Michigan jumps to Top 23 and is still the top public university in the United States.
Behavior 17 August '16
A new study found that teenagers are three times more likely to commit suicide after using prescription drugs for non-medical reasons for a year. For teenagers who abuse opiates, suicide risk is thrice more likely.
Family Life 25 July '16
The study found that around 45 percent of couples who both drink alcohol were reported to being less irritated or angry with each other. The same can be said for couples who abstain from alcohol. Couples where only one partner drinks tend to have more disagreements and problems.
College Success 17 July '16
The university's ban covers the whole range of tobacco products such as cigarettes, e-cigarettes or vape, hookahs, and chewable tobacco, among others. Tobacco use is not permitted in MSU's buildings, dormitories, lawns, sidewalks, and even in personal vehicles sitting on the university's parking lots.
Health 14 July '16
Parents are great contributors to their children's health. A hands-off parenting style, for instance, encourages kids to consume unhealthy snacks because their parents aren't controlling them.
Family Life 9 June '16
Parents think having children is the biggest joy of their lives, but it doesn't necessarily mean it's easy. Parents resort to spanking when they have no other choice or if they didn't know what other forms of punishment to use.
Behavior 30 May '16
Electronic media has been found to prevent preschoolers from communicating with their parents.
Body 18 May '16
Here are some of the advantages of rural hospitals over urban hospitals, according to a new research.
Body 10 May '16
A new study reveals that females get more sleep than males while lack of sleep can make people feeling drunk.
Politics 3 May '16
The United States have established great plans to battle the effects of climate change, but until now it still lacks proper implementation of these proposed measures.
Toddler 28 April '16
A comprehensive study on spanking shows that the popular disciplinary action causes more bad than good to a child's overall development.
Toddler 20 April '16
A new study found that kids who prefer sweets over salty snacks tend to eat more food, making them more likely to become obese in the future.
News 14 March '16
Car windshields and even airplanes may now be safe from winter ice. The scientists from the University of Michigan have created a new spray-on ice repellant.
Health/Nutrition 26 February '16
Norovirus has once again infected hundreds of students in a US campus this week. The outbreak at the Miami University of Ohio is said to be the third largest for the past weeks.
Health/Nutrition 18 February '16
A suspected norovirus outbreak affected atleast 100 students at the University of Michigan. The individuals who contracted the virus claimed they had stomach pain, diarrhea and vomiting episodes.
Health/Nutrition 11 February '16
Learn more about the surprising ways to lessen the risk of developing dementia.
Parenting 9 January '16
There are some unconventional ways of disciplining children that are effective. Know more about them here.