Men who experience hot flashes are unlikely to talk much about it, but they may find relief from their silent suffering if they are willing to try an unusual treatment, according to findings from a Baylor University case study.
9-Jul-2014 2:10 PM EDT
A congregation’s beliefs about work attitudes and practices affect a churchgoer on the job — but how much depends partly on how involved that person is in church, according to a Baylor study funded by the National Science Foundation.
20-Jun-2014 2:10 PM EDT
‘Smoking Gun’ Ancient Coins Are Being Looted from Excavations — and Too Few Coin Scholars Are Firing Back, Baylor Expert Says
Millions of ancient looted coins from archaeological excavations enter the black market yearly, and a Baylor University researcher who has seen plundered sites likens the thefts to stealing “smoking guns” from crime scenes. But those who collect...
16-Jun-2014 5:10 PM EDT
Lobbying senior business executives informally — whether in hallways or after work at Starbucks and fitness centers — is a savvy way for corporate communicators to perform their jobs successfully, according to a Baylor University study.
28-May-2014 10:00 AM EDT
Volunteer lay leaders serve as political opinion leaders within churches, with considerable power to deepen — or bridge — gaps between religion and politics, according to a Baylor University study.
20-May-2014 4:00 AM EDT
World War I — the “war to end all wars” — in fact sowed seeds for future international conflicts in a way that has been largely overlooked: through religion, says a Baylor University historian and author.
15-May-2014 3:00 PM EDT
Forgiving ourselves for hurting another is easier if we first make amends — thus giving our inner selves a “moral OK,” according to Baylor University psychology researchers.
13-May-2014 6:40 PM EDT
A shortened version of a questionnaire used by psychologists to assess risk factors for obsessive-compulsive disorder also may help determine the risk of depression and anxiety, according to a Baylor University study.
12-May-2014 6:45 PM EDT
Iran and the United States Must Cooperate — Now — Against Advancing Islamic Militants in Iraq, Says Baylor Expert on Religious Wars
Secretary of State John Kerry’s “no hurry” approach to United States-Iranian cooperation to combat advancing Islamic militants in Iraq is a “sensible, diplomatic one” – and the wrong one, says a Baylor University expert on religious...
17-Jun-2014 6:00 PM EDT
Baylor Anthropologist Chimes in on Humanitarian Crisis and Rising Death Toll on the U.S.-Mexico Border
16-Jun-2014 3:00 PM EDT
16-Jun-2014 3:00 PM EDT
During this year’s National Nursing Home Week (May 11-17), Dr. James Ellor, Ph.D., professor in Baylor University’s School of Social Work and gerontology expert, offers six questions people should ask while investigating – and before choosing...
15-May-2014 9:00 AM EDT
“Heaven Is For Real” contends the current movie by that name. But which heaven?
Several versions of heaven are depicted in art, literature, music and pop culture — many of which don’t mesh with faith doctrines, says pop culture critic Greg...
5-May-2014 10:00 AM EDT
Ukrainian Political Scientist Sergiy Kudelia of Baylor University Is Available to Comment Following Obama's Meeting with Ukrainian Prime Minister
12-Mar-2014 3:00 PM EDT
The most common thing that couples want from each other during a blowup is not a mea culpa but rather the willingness to bend a little and give up some power, according to a Baylor University study.
5-Feb-2014 5:00 AM EST
State of the Union Address: Obama’s “Go It Alone” Plan Might Displease Some in Congress, Baylor Political Scientist Predicts
28-Jan-2014 1:00 PM EST