A large new study shows we're a long way from parity.
People who stay up late are at greater risk of an early death, according to research by the University of Surrey and Northwestern University, Chicago.
Some educational psychologists believe that the curriculum needs a dose of play.
A report by market researcher Ipsos reveals how important the issue of equal pay is around the world.
Prolonged dry spells in a southern region of Mauritania have depleted grazing land have forced pastoralists to travel ever longer distances to search for food and water for their herds.
We need to teach children how to balance their optimism and understanding.
Before 25 and after 35 are the best times for working women to consider having children, according to a new study.
Battling against a tide of violence and sexism, these male police officers are making a statement about what a 'real' man is.
With the right support, child prodigies can thrive – and their talents are vital for our economies.
A new theory suggests that women are overrepresented in precarious leadership positions and lack the support structures needed to succeed.
There are 7 million urban single ladies between the ages of 25 and 34 in China but attitudes towards gender in the home and the workplace are hurting their role as crucial economic assets.
Conditioning is resulting in women being less confident, which leads to bias within the scientific community.
New research shows that US women earned 82% of their male colleagues wages.
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Cutting it down from 10 pages has had a big impact on leaders in the organization.