Stop Giving Losers Trophies (Especially If They're Kids)

In a world where everyone gets a "you tried" ribbon just for showing up, some brave Americans are standing up and saying "You know what? No. Your whiny baby doesn't deserve a prize if they lost" in a completely anonymous poll. » 8/20/14 7:15pm 8/20/14 7:15pm

Odds of Surviving Cancer Increase with a Little Help From Your Friends

According to study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, married people with cancer were twenty percent less likely to die from their disease, compared to people who are separated, divorced, widowed or never married. » 9/24/13 10:00am 9/24/13 10:00am

Please, Please, Please: Do Not Make Your Kid The Center Of Your Universe

It's so hard to know whether becoming a parent will ruin your life or be the only thing that makes it worth living. We may not get a grand verdict anytime soon, but new research has at least figured out one thing: moms who believe they are the most important person in their baby's life and that they should always put… » 7/06/12 5:30pm 7/06/12 5:30pm

Your Morning Cry: Boy With Cerebral Palsy Runs Race With a Little Help…

If you're in need of a little lift o' the spirits today, look no further than Matt, an elementary schooler who has spastic cerebral palsy. His condition makes it very hard for him to get around, but nevertheless he decided to run in his school's field day race. It's clear from the start that it's going to be a… » 5/30/12 10:50am 5/30/12 10:50am

Should You Tell Your Facebook Friends You've Had a Miscarriage?

People are comfortable sharing almost any kind of news on Facebook these days—from "I am so wasted right now" (good to know, bro) to "My dog/father/hairstylist/favorite physicist died today"—but there's one area that remains complicated, difficult to navigate Facebook territory: miscarriages. » 3/29/12 2:40pm 3/29/12 2:40pm