Sharon Rogone, a neonatal nurse-turned-inventor, talks about her first invention
March 01, 2008 | By Smithsonian's Lemelson Center
The Tufts University developmental scientist challenges the myth of the troubled adolescent in his new book, "The Good Teen"
September 2007 | By Eric Jaffe
Psychiatrist Stuart Hauser answers questions about his new book, Out of the Woods, which chronicles four emotionally disturbed teenagers
December 01, 2006 | By Amy Crawford
December 2002 | By Kathleen Burke
For nearly 40 years, G.I. Joe has been on America's front lines in toy boxes from coast to coast
August 2002 | By Ed Leibowitz
November 2001 | By Kathleen Burke
By their first birthday, babies are getting locked into the sounds of the language they hear spoken
January 2001 | By Edwin Kiester, Jr.
Retired from the track, thoroughbred First Flight served as a "factory" to produce botulism antitoxin
December 2000 | By Carolyn H. Crowley
November 1997 | By Kathleen Burke
November 1996 | By Kathleen Burke