It seems innocent enough. Doctors say that, for most people, one drink won’t get them legally drunk. But new research has found that for people over 55, one drink can turn them into dangerous drivers.
Thinking of getting your child his or her own TV? You might want to reconsider.
It’s not clear whether vegetarians opted for that diet because they had a “lower quality of life,” or if that lower quality of life was created by going veg, however.
Put down the cookies! A new study shows using Facebook might reduce your self-control.
Ever imagine living life without being able to smell? For some people, that’s reality, and there’s no treatment.
It seems obvious now that it’s mentioned, but you’ve probably never considered the germs that could be congregating on the most rudimentary of medical tools.
According to new research out of Mt. Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine, grilled and broiled meats have now been linked weight gain, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.
The research suggests that lying about your performance on one thing could increase creativity in another.
A new study shows that a spice commonly used in many ethnic cuisines may be as beneficial as medication to those with depression — and without the scary side effects.
Have a difficult decision to make? You might want to dim the lights while you ponder it.
While the study was small — researchers only sampled 67 public and private water sources such as kitchen sinks and drinking fountains – it’s the first one to chart the presence of the potentially deadly bacteria in water taps.
Researchers continue to give humans more insight into the inner-workings of man’s best friend.
First love…college graduation…first job. Most of us may have made our most important memories by the time we’re 25.
The study’s authors warn that the packaging could be a problem because most of the substances can leach into the foods we eat.
The research, which was published in the most recent issue of the journal Pediatrics, looked at the associations of bullying with mental and physical health from elementary to high school.