A new study confirms what dog owners have always known: Dogs have feelings, too.
Feeling like death the morning after too many cocktails? A recent study’s findings suggest you might want to reach for a Sprite.
“Food porn” might actually be more of a turn off to your taste buds.
Exercising control over your lunch break might make more of a difference than what you actually do with it.
Gender stereotypes appear to hold up, at least on Facebook.
While New Jersey residents feel more positive about the Affordable Care Act than residents across the country, they also know less about it.
A recent study revealed why some new moms just want to “gobble up” any adorable newborn that crosses their path.
The study rated 20 middle-aged Americans on their looks before and after a treatment called continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), which keeps the airway open by providing air through a mask.
According to the research, activation in different parts of the brain during two experiments indicated “that decision making is less controlled and more automatic following a later as opposed to an earlier trust breach.”
According to new research, the adverse health effects of prolonged sitting are widespread – regardless of race, sex, socioeconomic status, medical history, diet and physical activity.
It’s apparent that many single guys live in filth, but a new survey reveals they sleep in it as well.
A new study shows that Facebook may help people feel connected, but it doesn’t make them any happier.
If you can’t stand to watch more than two seconds of the ASPCA commercial – you know the one — without bursting into tears, this one’s for you.
A new government report is the first evidence of a national decline in childhood obesity, health officials said Tuesday.
It may not be a surprise, but it is troubling: Americans in their 20s are less financially independent than they were two years ago.