Medical marijuana can help ease patients’ pain, but apparently, it can also save lives.
You’ve heard of sleep apnea and sleepwalking, but what about “sleep drunkenness”?
The Fifty Shades trilogy sent fans around the world into a tizzy, but could it also be resulting in risky behavior among women who have read the books? A new study says it’s a possibility.
Uh-oh. It may be time to add two more chemicals to the list of things for pregnant women to avoid.
That’s the sobering conclusion of a groundbreaking study out of Johns Hopkins University that followed nearly 800 kids over 25 years.
Silence might be killing your relationship.
“The purpose of the dye study is so that we can understand how pollution would move throughout different parts of the river under different conditions,” said Dr. Chris Crocket of the Philadelphia Water Department.
A new study out of the U.K. claims genetics might determine a country’s collective happiness.
According to the study, U.S. Forest Service scientists and collaborators calculated that trees are saving more than 850 human lives a year and preventing 670,000 incidences of acute respiratory symptoms.
According to the researchers, runners were up to 45 percent less likely to die from heart disease or stroke than those who didn’t run at all, and the effects were found regardless of distance, duration or speed.
Study: Kids Exposed To Religion Have A Harder Time Telling The Difference Between Reality And Fiction
New research claims children who are exposed to religion have more trouble differentiating between reality and fantasy in stories.
The familiar knocking of knuckles spreads only one-twentieth the amount of bacteria that a handshake does, researchers report.
Those who fell into the obese categories had 40% less endurance on average than those who were not obese, particularly when it came to functions that required hand grip and assembly.
If studies done in recent years are any indication, the answer might appear to be yes – research shows that marriages that produce firstborn daughters are statistically more likely to end in divorce – but the real question is, why?
According to the CDC, the study’s findings could help influence public health initiatives targeting childhood obesity.