Net migration--the number of people who move into a place minus the number who move out--can reflect local economic conditions, but a new analysis of population loss in rural areas finds that other factors also can play a role.
What is the reach and scope of online social networks? A CNN story prompts debate.
Susannah Fox will guide a discussion of a combination of tools, content, and community changes that factor into health improvement. But what actually drives behavior change? And are we even asking the right questions?
The recession has made five familiar consumer items far less of a necessity in the lives of Americans.
One day you're the brightest star in the galaxy. Then something new comes along -- and suddenly you're a relic. It's a turn of fate that awaits sports heroes, movie stars, political leaders. And, yes, even household appliances.
Long-term unemployment takes a much deeper toll than short-term unemployment on a person's finances, emotional well-being and career prospects.
Most experts surveyed in the latest Pew Internet/Elon University study say social benefits of Internet use far outweigh negatives; some say it robs time, exposes private information, engenders intolerance.
Of the 13 recessions that the American public has endured since the Great Depression of 1929-33, none has presented a more punishing combination of length, breadth and depth than this one.
Adults are just as likely as teens to have texted while driving and are substantially more likely to have talked on the phone while driving.
Preventing Stroke and Heart Disease: Connecting Traditional and Emerging Communication Approaches to Change Behavior
Highlights from some of the key presentations made at a National Institutes of Health workshop held in November 2009.