Ten months into the pandemic, I turned 51 and did the math: I'm entering the final third of my life. I know that sounds grim, and I am hoping to get more time than that, but I often do these mental calculations because the clock of life inspires me to make the most of the years that remain. That constant tick-tock reminds me to fill the final decades with invigorating experiences to bank in my inner black box -- a delightful cache of memories to replay over and over in my mind like a favorite movie.
Men and women who endorse an idealized form of dominant masculinity where, White, heterosexual men have power, status and dominance over others are more likely to be supporters of President Donald Trump, according to new research.
As part of the hunt for new coronavirus variants, an international database shows the United States ranks 61st in how quickly virus samples are collected from patients, analyzed and then posted online.
Tom Vanderbilt's book "Beginners: The Joy and Transformative Power of Lifelong Learning" is a call to action for a world facing pandemic fatigue. Start 2021 with a fresh mindset by learning something new.
The developmental task of toddlers is to learn to be social beings. In the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, experts say this can happen within the family, but the challenges of balancing working from home with toddler rearing are still top of mind for many.