Two psychologists at the University of Wuerzburg in Germany have developed sleep training aimed at helping insomniac children and adolescents.
The son of a celebrity writer, known as the 'king of fairy tales', is determined to keep his father's legacy alive.
Allergy sufferers need to be careful, though, because general house cleaning raises a lot of dust. Cleaning products, too, can irritate the respiratory tract.
A pioneering traditional Chinese medicine doctor suggests that dreams can be early warning signs of physical problems.
Miss Chua, a Chinese-American Yale Law professor, adopted a strict disciplinarian approach.
In late 2002 the world was shaken by SARS. The battle to contain the virus owes a debt to those who risked their health so others could live.
Tahir is president of Peabody China, a branch of the NYSE-listed Peabody Energy, the world's largest private-sector coal company that operates in 23 countries.
Katherine Schwarzenegger parlays her celebrity, ideals into helping people with disabilities.
In Rock What You've Got, Katherine Schwarzenegger tells of growing up as the daughter of both a famous bodybuilder-turned-blockbuster celebrity and a mother who also built a successful career in front of the camera.
Mythical beasts and young ideals, represented by four children and the dragons they hunt, are all part of the world which inspires a young cartoonist.
In just three years, spending on texting may eclipse voice calls.
Making your own bread not only satisfies the tummy but comforts the soul. Pauline D. Loh shows the way to simple but delicious breads you can speedily make at home.