Parenting Classes: Helpful at Any Age

The early bird gets the worm.”
“Begin as you mean to go on.”
“The earlier, the better.” [Read more…]

Proven Ways to Change Someone’s Mind

Americans will head to the polls tomorrow. While this year is proving to be one of the most politically-divisive in U.S. history, here at Evidence-based Living, we still hold onto hope that Americans can engage in a civil political dialogue. [Read more…]

Regular Exercise Will Lengthen Your Life

Regular exercise is, hands down, one of the best actions you can take to lengthen your life, according to a new, longitudinal study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. [Read more…]

You May Not Need a Vitamin D Supplement

More than half of adults in the U.S. take some type of vitamin each day – a number that has grown steadily over the past 20 years, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. [Read more…]

What to Listen to While You Drive

Phones and smart devices make it easier than ever before to listen to music and news while you’re doing other things – and often with a simple voice command. One of the most common places to blast the tunes or catch a newscast is in the car. [Read more…]

How to More Effectively Prevent Child Sexual Abuse

Every day, children in the United States experience sexual abuse. It’s difficult to determine how widespread this problem is because child sexual abuse is not uniformly defined and most certainly under-reported. The best data available tells us that more than 25 percent of girls and 5 percent of boys experience sexual abuse at some point during their formative years. [Read more…]

Global Review Finds Most People Need More Exercise

It’s no surprise that exercise is good for us. There is a significant body of evidence that demonstrates a wide range of benefits to regular physical activity. This includes improved cardiovascular health, stronger bones, reduced risk of developing cancer, increased likelihood of maintaining a healthy weight, better sleep, fewer mental health problems and an overall higher quality of life. [Read more…]

Are Carbs the Culprit?

New evidence from a sweeping study of diet choices reinforces the old adage, “Everything in moderation.” [Read more…]

Do Girls Perform Better in School?

Kids across the nation are headed back to school. For boys and girls, that means the excitement of seeing friends and learning new subjects. But does gender make a difference?

overhead view of a round table with open books on it and youth seated around studying

top view, group of students together at school table working homework and have fun

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Novel Research Methods Reveal More About Police Violence

If you follow the news, you can’t miss the stories about violent interactions between police and civilians. Over the past six years, there have been dozens of high profile cases of police violence against civilians and, specifically, African-Americans. Numerous activist groups campaigning for the people involved in these incidents have formed including Black Lives Matter, All Lives Matter, Say Her Name, Blue Lives Matter and many more. [Read more…]

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