Many people feel that gifted children don't need any help because they're talented, but some have disabilities that are not identified because they are masked by their gifts.
Some people simply have no rhythm. A small percentage may be "beat deaf," the rhythmic equivalent of tone deafness.
Experts discuss what kind of healthcare reform to expect from the incoming Trump Administration.
Some young people have escaped jail by claiming “affluenza:” their wealthy parents instilled no moral compass, so they believed they could do anything without consequence.
New science has discovered that certain personality types are predictably predisposed to addiction risk, and that educational efforts can be targeted to them effectively.
Experts discuss a new platform where scientists and public can debate genetic science, and from which education can be disseminated.
Average life expectancy in the US is increasing, but among lower income people it is not, and the lifespan gap between rich and poor is increasing.
Children with chronic diseases often have a tough time transitioning from pediatric care to adult care, which has to be managed by the patient.