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When siblings felt more warmth toward each other in childhood, they were more likely to achieve similar levels of education, according to Penn State researchers.
Entomologists are devising a way to reduce burgeoning populations of stink bugs, which are damaging crops and aggravating people.
Students who think their parents are more accepting of drinking alcohol tend to drink more in college, according to researchers. 
Recent trends and popular advice telling moms not to sleep with their babies may make mothers who do choose to co-sleep with their infants more likely to feel depressed or judged, according to Penn State researchers.
Researchers have identified 15 genes that determine our facial features.
A Penn State research team has shown that it is possible to rapidly break down solid and liquid human waste to grow food with a series of microbial reactors.
The Penn State Evidence-based Prevention and Intervention Support Center (EPISCenter) is helping a state agency — which works to prevent violence, delinquency and substance abuse in youth — implement a model that shows which prevention programs provide the most cost-effective services to communities.
Two new Penn State projects are aiming to educate the public about opioids while utilizing partnerships with law enforcement and community organizations to identify and disrupt networks of opioid distribution.
A recent study suggests that people in the U.S. largely agree about what makes them feel loved, coming to a general consensus that it may be small gestures that matter most.
Social science researchers at Penn State are leading initiatives to combat the increasing number of drug overdoses from prescription opioids, heroin, and synthetic opioids.