Articles by Allie Bidwell
Nearly 6 million people between the ages of 16 and 24 are neither in school nor working.
A combination pill of two experimental drugs had positive results in a small group of patients.
Sleep deprivation may not have an adverse effect on surgeons because operating is not monotonous.
Signs of poor health were up to 35 percent more common among Head Start staff than the U.S. population.
Many states use student achievement in evaluations, but not enough tie that data to teacher improvement.
New costs don't stray far from the current national average, but for some states it's a jump in price.
With each natural disaster, researchers focus more on the social impacts on communities.
Some say there's a new kind of segregation in schools, 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education.
Poverty affected growth in parts of the brain involved in stress regulation, emotion processing and memory.
Concussions were no less frequent or severe among players with newer and more costly equipment.