Canned Foods Linked To BPA Risk In New StudyThe study reveals that consuming canned foods can expose our bodies to BPA.
Study: Marriage Is Good For The HeartMarried people are also likely to spend less time in the hospital.
Obesity Increases In U.S Women, Study FindsThere doesn't appear to be much headway being made in the battle to curb obesity in the United States, according to a pair of studies.
Study: Six Hour Workdays Make Workers Happier, More EfficientAccording to an experiment in Sweden, workers were happier and more productive when working a six hour day.
More And More Young People Are Living With Their ParentsMore young adults in the U.S. are living with their parents now than any time since around 1940.
It's OK To Let Your Baby Cry Himself To Sleep, Study FindsA study adds support to the idea that the method is effective and does not cause stress or lasting emotional problems for babies.
Is One Minute Of Exercise All You Need?A study suggests that one minute of vigorous exercise can be just as effective for improving health as 45 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise.
Study: 'Selfie-Takers' Overestimate Their AttractivenessA team of psychologists studied 198 college students.
Researchers Say They Have Successfully Excised HIV DNA From AnimalsThey say they did this by using gene editing technology.
Study: Mom's Voice Works Like A Charm On Your BrainLess than one second. That's how long it takes children to recognize their mother's voice.
Going To Church Could Help You Live Longer, Study SaysA new study suggests that regular attendance may also help increase their lifespan.
Study: Acetaminophen Dulls Your Pain -- But Also Your EmpathyA new study by researchers at Ohio State University found that acetaminophen -- the main ingredient in Tylenol and about 600 other medicines -- dulls you to the trials and tribulations of others.