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In 2020, TV and film still couldn’t get abortion right

Stephanie Herold, University of California, San Francisco and Gretchen Sisson, University of California, San Francisco According to decades of research, abortion is an incredibly common...

One skill that doesn’t deteriorate with age

Roger J. Kreuz, University of Memphis When Toni Morrison died on Aug. 5, the world lost one of its most influential literary voices. But Morrison wasn’t...

A booming international movie market is transforming Hollywood

Weiko Lin, Emerson College Marvel’s “Shang-Chi” – the studio’s first Asian superhero movie – is a sign of the times. Destin Daniel Cretton, who is of...

Oscars 2019: Beyond the stats, why diversity matters

Dorinne Kondo, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences With the Academy Awards approaching, the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative released its...

How parents can help autistic children make sense of their world

Allyssa McCabe, University of Massachusetts Lowell Glenn, a high-functioning seventeen-year-old with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), comes home from school and tells his mother...

Tell a different story about Santa this holiday season

Peggy Albers, Georgia State University It is that time of year again: People are dusting off their holiday decorations in order to make their homes...

Why children believe (or not) that Santa Claus exists

Jacqueline D. Woolley, University of Texas at Austin The holiday season is upon us, and so are its attendant myths, most prominent of which is...

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Explainer: what are migraines?

By Lyn Griffiths, Griffith University If you, or someone close to you suffers from migraine, you’ll know it is much more than your average headache...