The digital divide continues to shrink throughout the world, but women in low-income countries do not have equal participation in this technological revolution. Although more than one billion women have access to a mobile phone in developing countries, a woman living there is still 21% less likely to own a cell phone than a man. read more
As high schoolers prepare for final exams, teens nationwide may be tempted to use a “study drug” – a prescription stimulant or amphetamine – to gain an academic edge. But a new University of Michigan poll shows only one in 100 parents of teens 13-17 years old believes that their teen has used a study drug. read more
....a prestigious group convened by the government says there is no good reason based on health outcomes for many Americans to drive their sodium consumption down to the very low levels recommended in national dietary guidelines. read more
When you share a smile or laugh with someone face to face, a discernible synchrony emerges between you, as your gestures and biochemistries, even your respective neural firings, come to mirror each other.