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.
According to new research out of Scotland, dog owners over 65 acted 10 years younger than their peers without pups.
You might have even more in common with your friends than you think. In fact, you probably share some of the same genes.
Wanna-be moms now have science on their side when it comes to their need to de-stress.
We all know too much stress can be bad for your health, but it can also be bad for your waistline.
Want to do something good for the environment? Put down the hamburger.
Coffee has also been linked to other health benefits like increased circulation and improved memory.
It’s the lazy linguaphile’s dream come true: Scientists say it might be possible to learn a new language while you sleep.
The NJ Department of Environmental Protection through the state will seek an injunction in federal court Thursday to stop a research vessel positioned about 15 miles off of Long Beach Island from sending out blasts of sound against the ocean bottom.
Teens who sent “sexts” were nearly four times more likely to say they were sexually active, and those who reported receiving a text were also 23 times more likely to have sent one.
Turns out putting warnings about the increased risk of suicide on the labels of antidepressants didn’t do much good. In fact, it may have actually done some harm.