Teens who sent “sexts” were nearly four times more likely to say they were sexually active, and those who reported receiving a text were also 23 times more likely to have sent one.
Haters just don’t enjoy everything they encounter, and while you might think that’s not a good thing it might not be.
Turns out putting warnings about the increased risk of suicide on the labels of antidepressants didn’t do much good. In fact, it may have actually done some harm.
Parents, you won’t like this one bit.
Two recent studies are helping to shed light on the job interview process, and the findings aren’t very encouraging for some.
Have some tough negotiations coming up? You might want to start practicing your angry face.
Men looking to have a child might want to cut down on their cell phone use – or at least refrain from putting their phone in their pants pocket.
While researchers say more studies need to be done, they also say that text messaging programs can keep smokers accountable.
Put Down The Bleach Wipes! Exposure To Allergens And Bacteria During Infancy Might Prevent Wheezing, Allergies
The presence of mouse and cat dander and (ugh) roach droppings within the first year of the child’s life actually seemed to offer that child protection from allergies.
“The strongest association was found in adults who started marijuana use before age 15,” researchers say.
Turns out gender bias even affects the weather. Sort of.
A new study claims residents of the Big Apple – one of the most expensive cities in the world – should find it easier to save than Philadelphians.
A glass of red wine a day might not actually keep the doctor away.
For women under 30, the biggest risk factor was smoking, but physical inactivity was the leading risk factor for heart disease in every other age group, from 30 to 80, outweighing even high BMI.
Researchers also say trampoline fractures usually involve the upper extremity and that the “financial burden to society is large.”