Study: Later School Start Time Could Positively Impact Daytime Functioning In TeensNew research demonstrates that when students at boarding schools began school at 8:25 a.m. (versus 8 a.m.), they were able to get 29 minutes more sleep per night.
Study: Sexual Frustration May Cut Down On Life ExpectancyAccording to researchers at the University of Michigan, sexual frustration could cut down on life expectancy -- at least for fruit flies.
Health: Most Sunscreens Don't Provide Good Protection Does your sunscreen live up to its promise? A consumer watchdog group says most don't. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl explains.
Scientists: Stink Bug Stench In Cow Feed Doesn't Transfer To MilkFrederick County Dairy Science Extension Agent Stanley Fultz said Monday that the research was done at USDA labs in Beltsville, Md., and Wyndmoor, Pa.
Study: NJ Ranks Tops For Child Well-BeingIt’s been called “the Armpit of America,” but guess what? New Jersey is a great place for families.
Land Of The Free? New Rankings Say Not Really For NJ, Pa.“Let freedom ring” might not ring true in many of the fifty states.
Study: Parents 'Facebook Stalking' Their KidsWhile you’re spending hours on Facebook stalking your ex or that annoying frenemy, your parents might be stalking…<em>you</em>.
Health: Popular Drinks May Increase Or Decrease The Risk For DepressionNew research links some popular drinks to depression. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on what drink may increase or decrease your risk.
Fat Philly No More? A recent report seems to demonstrate that citywide efforts in Philadelphia against childhood obesity are working.
Report: Male Genitalia Shrinking If size matters, male private parts are apparently shrinking, according to a report on a supposed study.
3 On Your Side: Hotels Collect $2 Billion In FeesAs 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, hotels are following the lead of the airlines and boosting their bottom line with additional fees.
Health: Birth Control Pills Not Most Effective Contraceptive, Despite Being Most PopularThe pill is not the most effective way to prevent pregnancy, despite millions taking it, according to a new study. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl explains why, and what is more reliable.