Report: Sugar May Cause Heart DiseaseResearchers say there are new revelations about the role of sugar in coronary heart disease.
Report: Young People Would Rather Share Their Toothbrush Than SmartphoneA report out of the United Kingdom found some people would rather share their toothbrush than their phone.
Report: Philadelphia 2nd Most Expensive City To Throw A Wedding In U.S.The cost of having a wedding in Philadelphia comes only second to New York City, says Thumbtack.com.
Report Finds More Sugar In Some Flavored Coffee Drinks Than In SodaAccording to a new report, some flavored coffee drinks have more sugar in them than a can of soda.
Report Lists The Drunkest City In Each StateA report by 24/7 Wall St. lists the drunkest city in each state.
Report: Philadelphia Among Top 10 Most Overvalued Housing Markets In U.S.Looking to buy a home in Philadelphia? According to a new report, it is one of the top 10 most overvalued housing markets in America.
Report: 1 In 10 New Jersey Students Chronically AbsentAbout 125,000 students missed at least 18 days of school, or 10 percent of class days.
Report: Renters Spend Double Amount Of Income On Rent That Homeowners Spend On MortgagesZillow says its report found that rents hit their least affordable point in the second quarter of this year.
Report: More Than 4 Million Admit To Driving DrunkAccording to the CDC, during 2012, more than 4 million people admitted to driving drunk in the preceding 30 days.
Report: Smoking Rates In Philadelphia Fall To All Time LowThe report says the improvement comes after increases in smoking prevalence between 2000 and 2008.
Report: Wage Theft Costs Pennsylvania Workers Tens Of Millions Each YearA new report says that wage theft impacts 400,000 Pennsylvania workers a year and costs them at least $19 million.
Report: Philadelphia's Maternal Mortality Rate Higher Than National AverageThe number of Philadelphia women dying within one year of giving birth is growing and a maternal mortality report issued by the Philadelphia Heath Department shows a lack of health care isn't the problem.