Reports of kids taking to e-cigarettes are exaggerated. But would it be so terrible if they did?
When IVF Couples Regret Conceiving Twins
They have a right to be disappointed—and afraid of the huge life change ahead of them
Soda and the Scientific Pile-On Effect
We should be skeptical that any one phenomenon causes everything bad
Marissa Mayer’s Ambition Problem
The problem isn’t a tech titan posing like a supermodel. The problem is a powerful woman being unwilling to own up to her ambition.
Women Need to ‘Lean In’ to Pregnancy Too
Expectant moms need to ask more questions and do more research
Parents Are Digital Hypocrites
Adults think they’re setting limits but inadvertently teach kids to overuse gadgets
I’m Not Wild About Larry
Why Yellen is a smarter choice for the federal reserve than Summers
Your First-Grader Is Going to Be a High School Dropout
And other startling predictions from the brave new world of academic evaluations
Do Children Bring Happiness—or Misery?
Usually, both. A happiness researcher explores the relationship between parenting and well-being.
The Latest Pawn in the Daddy Wars: Prince William
The stereotype of the doofus dad rears its head, yet again
What Everyone’s Getting Wrong About the Ivy League Hookup Culture
The sex lives of most college students aren’t all that different from those of their parents or grandparents
Kate Middleton: Prepare for Judgment Day—and Mommy Bloggers
Is the Duchess of Cambridge prepared for the post-partum quarterbacking?
Viewpoint: We Need to Learn More About Young Men Like the Boston Bomber, Not Less
To boycott Rolling Stone‘s cover story is to say that we are unwilling, as a society, to cope with difficult questions.