Uncomfortably hot temperatures may make people moody and less likely to be helpful or ‘pro-social, a study suggested.
Hot temperatures make people moody, less helpful
On the 45th anniversary of Title IX, women and people of color remain on the outside in the US when it comes to hiring head coaches in women's college sports, according to a report by sports institutes.
Most of US women's college coaches are white and male
Amplifying the call for a universal basic income, a United Nations expert has presented a report describing the idea as 'a bold and imaginative solution' at a time of growing economic insecurity.
Universal basic income a bold, imaginative solution to poverty
Between studying and socializing, college students often have crazy sleep schedules, and new research suggested that a lack of regular sleep may dampen students' well-being.
Poor sleep habits a threat to college students' well-being
Is it OK for children to count on their fingers? Generations of pupils have been discouraged by their teachers from using their hands when learning maths. But a new research article, published in Frontiers in Education shows using fingers may be a much more important part of maths learning than previously thought.
Is it okay for children to count on their fingers?
Anne Marie Loof has devoted her life to humanitarian work but says she understands why some Italians have started painting people like her as villains.
Rescuers made 'scapegoat' for Italian frustration with migrant crisis
Increasing exercise each day can help patients with Chronic Fatigue System to feel less tired and feel better, a new study suggested.
Study: Exercise can help chronic fatigue syndrome
Red Cross volunteers prevented a significant number of Ebola cases during the 2013-2016 epidemic in West Africa by using safe burial techniques, according to a study.
Study: Ebola burial teams dramatically reduced West Africa outbreak
More than one in five children with Tourette syndrome also tests positive for autism, a new study showed.
Tourette syndrome symptoms can look like autism
The world's population will grow to 8.6 billion in 2030, 9.8 billion in 2050 and 11.2 billion in 2100, driven by faster growth in African countries, according to forecasts by the United Nations.
UN: World population will reach 9.8 billion by 2050

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