Young adults who deem themselves “spiritual but not religious” are more likely to commit property crimes — and to a lesser extent, violent ones — than those who identify themselves as either “religious and spiritual” or “religious but...
6/12/2013 2:00 PM EDT
American entrepreneurs pray more frequently, are more likely to see God as personal and are more likely to attend services in congregations that encourage business and profit-making, according to a study by Baylor University scholars of business and...
6/5/2013 7:00 AM EDT
Paul L. Foster of El Paso has given $35 million to Baylor University – the largest gift from a living alumnus in Baylor’s history – for the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, housing the Hankamer School of Business. Foster’s...
6/4/2013 6:00 PM EDT
Fast-Food Restaurants Near Schools Affect Black and Hispanic Students More Than Asian and White Students
WACO, Texas (May 30, 2013) - When their schools are near fast-food restaurants, black and Hispanic adolescents are more likely to be overweight and receive less benefit from exercise than Asian or white students, according to a study published in...
5/30/2013 10:30 AM EDT
Taking Bullying By the Horns: Baylor Lyricist Joins with Students and Musicians to Issue a Call for Respect
WACO, Texas (May 23, 2013) — By blending choruses, empathy and common sense, Baylor University lyricist-poet Terry York and more than 200 elementary school students and adults in choirs have begun an unusual anti-bullying crusade.
5/23/2013 1:00 PM EDT
A recent Baylor University research study has shed new light on the diet and food acquisition strategies of some the earliest human ancestors in Africa.
5/10/2013 10:00 AM EDT
Sunless tanning — whether with lotions, bronzers or tanning pills — has been promoted as an effective substitute to dodge the health risks of ultraviolet rays, but if the products don’t provide the perfect tan, young women likely will not use...
5/10/2013 9:00 AM EDT
A mother’s trait of simply “being there” was mentioned most frequently by young men as critical in their relationships with their moms — whether that meant talking about romance, discussing faith or picking a college major, according to a...
4/23/2013 7:00 AM EDT
Trim, Toned and Tranquil: Nutrition, Exercise and Relaxation Experts at Baylor Offer Summertime Strategies
Suggestions for summer diets, exercise and de-stressing are offered by Baylor experts.
6/10/2013 6:00 AM EDT
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“Get Up in the Morning and Do the Work”: The Spiritual Message of the 2013 Oscar Nominees for Best Film
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Baylor Political Experts Give Analysis as National Conventions to Nominate Presidential Candidates Near
8/23/2012 10:00 AM EDT
What should be a fairy-tale day — a woman’s wedding — could turn into a nightmare for a bride-to-be who goes on a new feeding-tube diet to lose 20 pounds fast, says a Baylor University professor and a former chair of a public policy committee...
4/16/2012 2:15 PM EDT
The Hunger Games, a New Film About an Adolescent Fight-to-the-Death Contest, Reflects Society’s Anxiety About ‘Dog-Eat-Dog Capitalism,’ Baylor University Culture Critic Says
The movie The Hunger Games, a story about adolescents in a post-apocalyptic survival contest, opens in theaters March 23 and offers “a perfect tale of apprehension for our time” of financial upheaval and a bleak job market, says a Baylor...
3/19/2012 8:00 AM EDT