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.
Survey: Millennials Feel Guiltier About Taking Vacation; More Likely To Check In Outside Of Work Than Older Generations
Millennials are often seen as lazy, immature and unmotivated, but a new survey on work habits might change those perceptions.
Parents, you won’t like this one bit.
Two recent studies are helping to shed light on the job interview process, and the findings aren’t very encouraging for some.
A new study from Journal of the National Cancer Institute suggests that those who spend most of their day sitting, whether at work or in front of the TV, may have an increased risk of getting certain types of cancer.
Have some tough negotiations coming up? You might want to start practicing your angry face.
While Philadelphia wasn’t included in the study, the report found that food carts fared as well or better than restaurants in all seven cities.
Nutter twice, in 2011 and 2013, sided with the business community by vetoing measures that would have required local companies to offer workers paid sick leave.
A new study indicates Phillies fans are the most sensitive.
Men looking to have a child might want to cut down on their cell phone use – or at least refrain from putting their phone in their pants pocket.
While researchers say more studies need to be done, they also say that text messaging programs can keep smokers accountable.
Put Down The Bleach Wipes! Exposure To Allergens And Bacteria During Infancy Might Prevent Wheezing, Allergies
The presence of mouse and cat dander and (ugh) roach droppings within the first year of the child’s life actually seemed to offer that child protection from allergies.
Dr. Elizabeth Gosch, psychologist at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine explains what to expect.
One of the simplest things you can due to increase safety in a vehicle is buckle up, yet a study finds teens have a list of excuses for not doing it.
“The strongest association was found in adults who started marijuana use before age 15,” researchers say.