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In the wake of Steve Wolfe's death on Sunday, those he coached, inspired and competed against have eagerly shared their memories of lessons learned, opportunities given and the certainty that Wolfe always had others' best interests at heart.
Uninsured college students generally have less money and more debt than most, but they'll need to pay for insurance or opt-out soon just like everyone else.
Texting's a great way for couples to say "I'm thinking of you." But serious talks, arguments and apologies should be conveyed more personally, according to researchers at BYU.
Home-school students make transition to higher education smoothly, thanks to a plethora of resources and social acceptance.
How horror movies reflect our society, the things we are afraid of and the things we accept as entertainment.
A recent Facebook survey found several Christian colleges to be schools where people are most likely to meet their spouses.
Twitter could prove to be a tool to monitor for suicide risk, according to new research by BYU researchers published in the journal Crisis.
Depression makes it harder to perform certain memory tasks, according to new research out of Brigham Young University. The impact is particularly pronounced when it comes to distinguishing experiences, a process called "pattern separation."
Pressures that families face formed a thread running through talks during the 183rd Semiannual General Conference. The issues, from addictions to absent fathers, premarital births to depression, are well known to those who study family challenges.