More Than 60 Percent Who Try Cigarettes Become Daily Smokers, Study SaysAnna Kriek, 35, tried her first cigarette when she was just a teen. She's now a regular smoker.
Study: Man Judged As More Feminine If Wife Keeps Her Last NameThe findings published in Sex Roles: A Journal of Research suggest that when a married woman does not use the surname of her husband, people tend to view the man as effeminate.
Study: Red Wine, Dark Chocolate Contribute To Youthful LookIndulging in some guilty pleasures may satisfy your appetite and give you a youthful glow.
Study: Former NFL Players Have High Rate Of Enlarged HeartsA new study that examined former NFL players shows many share the same heart problem as Jon Dorenbos but they have no reported aneurysms.
Study: Chemical Banned From Soap Accumulates On ToothbrushesIf you're worried about exposure to antibacterial ingredients, it might be time to get a new toothbrush.
Study: Vision Impairment Growing Problem Among PreschoolersDoctors say it's not always obvious when children have trouble seeing, and that's why it's important that they get their eyes checked early.
Study: Pennsylvania, New Jersey Rank Top 5 Best States For TeachersCompetitive salaries and job security were weighted more, because WalletHub determines them as essential to teachers having a good work-life balance.
Study: Senior Citizens Often More Active Than TeensAccording to the CDC, more than 12 million US children and teenagers are overweight.
Poll: Nearly 4 In 10 Americans Can't Name Any First Amendment RightsA recent poll conducted by the University of Pennsylvania finds that residents of the United States are poorly informed about basic constitutional provisions.
Study: Sitting More Than 12 Hours In A Day Increases Risk Of DeathDoctors have been saying sitting is the new smoking, in terms of being dangerous to your health.
Study: Religious People Use More Positive, Less Profane Language On Social MediaA new study finds that religion plays a significant role in the language and moods expressed on social media.
Most Moms Aren't Putting Babies To Sleep Safely, Study SaysThere were about 3,700 sudden unexpected infant deaths in the US in 2015, according to the CDC.