Marital infidelity is in the news, with public figures owning up to indiscretions, and online, with sites helping married individuals find someone with which to have an affair. Can we teach society that cheating never affects only one person?
Boko Haram's kidnapping of 200 Nigerian schoolgirls has cast a spotlight on kidnapping and human trafficking, which is not just an international issue, but one that touches the US as well. How can you identify and help victims?
Sheryl Sandberg's 'Ban Bossy' campaign aims to empower girls by encouraging leadership without labels. One school psychologist points out that there are a lot of nuances to dealing with bossiness, more than just banning the label.
It seems that children are under adult supervision much more today than in the past, and the result could be kids who need parents a little too much. How can parents help build their children's resiliency?
The push for mothers to breastfeed their babies is surging in America, and Ricki Lake's newest documentary 'Breastmilk' is making sure the discussion is still important. Could it help quell the mommy wars?
'Rosie the Riveter' factory demolition: Willow Run, the iconic factory used by legions of 'Rosie the Riveter' female workers during WWII, is set for demolition. Is it too late to save this piece of women's history?
Parents struggle to determine how hard is too hard when it comes to pushing their kids in sports. One dad, who kicked his 6-year-old son off the lip of a half-pipe at a skateboard park might have pushed a little too hard.
'The Jungle Book' – the classic Disney animated film based on the story by Rudyard Kipling – is scheduled to be re-made into a live-action film. The original version is often criticized for seeming racist. Should Disney steer clear and find other fodder?