Nov 12, 2016 AM EST How to address the problem of binge drinking in college.
Aug 11, 2016 AM EDT Use your LinkedIn account to your career's advantage.
Oct 15, 2014 AM EDT Lonely people are more likely to use Facebook, according to a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Sep 27, 2014 AM EDT Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) treats social anxiety disorder more effectively than antidepressants, according to a John Hopkins University study.
Sep 25, 2014 AM EDT Eastern Kentucky University will become the first school in the state to offer a bachelor's degree program in Social Justice Studies, effective fall 2015.
Sep 13, 2014 AM EDT A team of researchers found that people involved with someone romantically are more likely to use Facebook to monitor their partner and to brag about their relationship.
Sep 09, 2014 AM EDT Social networking programs have been found to be effective in helping people lose weight, according to an Imperial College London study.
Aug 30, 2014 AM EDT Group bonding can help lower effects of depression, according to a University of Queensland study.
Aug 11, 2014 AM EDT Older adults with vision and hearing problems refrain from actively participating in various events and activities, according to a University of Southern Denmark study.
May 13, 2014 AM EDT Facebook, with an average of 1.11 billion users per month, has brought the world closer. Communicating and sharing of pictures, videos, etc. ...
Nov 21, 2013 AM EST Zachary Neal, a Michigan State University sociologist, said that making people from different social, economical and religious backgrounds to live close to one another and foster communication might ...
Sep 07, 2013 AM EDT Individuals can easily identify people who are lying by observing the time gap between the text messages. People who lie during digital conversations (texts, social media, email and instant messages) ...
Aug 30, 2013 AM EDT Long-term alcohol exposure hampers social communication, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine.
Aug 05, 2013 AM EDT Excessive 'Facebook-ing' can lead to negative relationship outcomes including emotional and physical cheating, breakups and divorce, according to a study conducted by the researchers from the ...