Study: Distracted Driving More Than Triples Risk Of CrashThe company Cambridge Mobile Telematics collected smartphone data from hundreds of thousands of drivers.
Stress Really Is Killing UsThere are new clues that the high levels of stress many people endure every day are taking a deadly toll.
Americans Over 60 Are Drinking More, Study SaysWhether it's a glass of wine with dinner, a beer watching the game or a cocktail while playing cards, Americans over 60 are drinking more than they were 20 years ago, a study says.
Researchers: A Good Night's Sleep Is Like Winning The LotteryBritish researchers studied the sleep patterns of more than 30,000 people over a four year period.
Americans Becoming Increasingly Unhappy, Says ReportA new study shows Americans are steadily becoming more unhappy.
Eating Cheese May Help You Lose Weight, Study FindsScientist in Ireland have found that eating a lot of cheese does not raise your cholesterol and could actually help you lose weight.
Study: Preschoolers Who Don't Get Enough Sleep Could Suffer Mentally, EmotionallyThe study finds that the children who get too little sleep have trouble controlling their emotions, processing information and have issues with paying attention.
Study: Fewer Americans Trying To Lose WeightResearchers say because it has become more socially acceptable to be overweight, people may have lost the motivation.
Study: Long-Term Stress Might Make You FatCould constant stress be making you fat?
Study: Cat Ownership Not Linked To Mental Health ProblemsThe new study is the first to prospectively look at childhood cat ownership and the infection of the parasite Toxoplasma gondii as a risk factor for psychosis.
Youngest Sibling Is The Funniest, Study ShowsA new study finds that the youngest child may be the funniest.
Study: Size of Your Hands Could Be Linked To IncomeYour hands may be able to tell your just how wealthy you’ll be, a new study finds.