A new study links instant noodles, like ramen, with cardiometabolic syndrome, which raises a person’s risk for developing things like heart disease and diabetes.
Campus Philly president Deborah Diamond says a lot of elements figure in to that decision — with job prospects, restaurants and nightlife, and public transportation the top three. But another factor really jumps out.
Germs are everywhere, but nine everyday things you touch may be dirtier than your toilet seat according to a new study.
While watching your intake is good, you might not want to completely skip the spuds just yet.
Researchers say they looked at 97 healthy 10- to 14-year-old girls with either a maternal history of depression or no history of the disorder.
Do employees who come to work with a cold do more harm than good? According to a study, the answer is usually yes.
That’s the takeaway from new research conducted by the Humane Research Council.
The research, which took an unconventional approach and interviewed reporters in each state about perceived corruption in each branch of government, was published earlier this month.
Smartphones have officially become the third wheel in many relationships.
Sunscreen. It’s just another thing to add to the list of products that could be affecting human fertility.
New research from Nationwide Children’s Hospital shows injuries related to toys have increased nearly 40 percent in the past two decades.
If you’ve ever found yourself smirking when your annoying co-worker gets yelled at by the boss or felt a pang of satisfaction when that high school bully suddenly gained 50 pounds, relax.
New research out of Virginia has some disturbing news for the parents of teenage drivers.
According to CBS News, new research looked at doctors’ measurements of height and weight rather than asking people to self-report, which had been done in the past.
Back pain from texting? It might be a reality, says one New York doctor.